Duncan Smith may refer to:
- Iain Duncan Smith, British Conservative politician
- Duncan J. D. Smith, British travel writer, photographer, historian, and explorer
- William Duncan Smith, United States Army officer who fought in the Mexican–American War
- W. G. G. Duncan Smith, British Royal Air Force Second World War Flying ace
- George Smith Duncan, tram way and mining engineer best known for his work on cable trams
Other articles related to "smith, duncan smith":
... During his brief time as leader of the Labour Party between 1992–94, John Smith abolished the trade union block vote at Labour Party conferences, and ... A run off by various candidates led to Iain Duncan Smith and Kenneth Clarke being put forward to a vote of all Conservative members, with the final result announced on September 12, 2001 ... Duncan Smith became the new Leader of the Conservative Party with 61% of the votes (155,933 votes) ...
... of the Monday Club and the Club's lack of will to fight it, Mike Smith founded, in 2001, the Conservative Democratic Alliance (CDA), a new traditional Tory pressure-group and immediately targeted ... In 2002, Iain Duncan Smith expelled Mike Smith from the Conservative Party for threatening to stand candidates against Conservatives ... Smith responded with a High Court writ, and Duncan Smith was forced to reinstate Smith's party membership ...
... George Iain Duncan Smith (born 9 April 1954 often referred to by his initials "IDS") is a British Conservative politician ... Duncan Smith was born in Edinburgh, in Scotland, and served in the Scots Guards from 1975 to 1981, with service in Northern Ireland and Rhodesia ... William Hague resigned as Conservative Party leader in 2001, Duncan Smith won the subsequent leadership election, bolstered by the support of Margaret Thatcher and ...
... Rikki Radford, Duncan Smith's constituency agent since 2002, allegedly denied that Betsy had fulfilled a professional role for her husband since he became party leader, saying ... visited by him in 2002 allegedly recalled any contact with Mrs Duncan Smith ... six Tory MPs also told the journalists that they saw no evidence of Mrs Duncan Smith working for her husband during the 15-month period in question ...
... Duncan Smith's leadership was damaged by his lack of support amongst many of his MPs and the perception that he was a weak uncharismatic leader ... a story that members of parliament were considering a vote of confidence due to Duncan Smith's perceived unelectability ... resigned from the Conservative front bench and demanded a no confidence motion in Duncan Smith, the day before local government elections ...
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