P306 Teletext 306 May 5 00:00:00       ———————————————————————————  TORY LEADERSHIP HDE OPEN   Former Deputy PM Michael Hes—ltine's move to pull out of the Tory leadership contest after being hospitalised with angina has thrown the contest wide open Peter Lilley will stand against Kenneth Clarke, he has announced. John Redwood al3o says he is "verx likely to run". Michaed @oward, —lliam @ag1—, St—phen Dorrell and Gillian Shephard are all strongly tippfd to stand ——————————————————————————————————1/2—— Headlines 300  331 FOR GOING PLACES DIRECT SEE p264 Next page Headlines News Poll dathdr
P306 Teletext 306 May 5 00:10:03         ———————————————————————————  TORY LEADERSHIP 'JDE OPEN   Former Deputy PM Michael Heseltine's move to pull out of the Tory leadership contest after being hospitalised with angina has thrown the contest wide open Peter Lilley will stand against Kenneth Clarke, he has announced. John Redwood also says he is "very likely to run". Michael Howard, 'jlliam Hague, Stephen Dorrell and Gillian Shephard are all strongly tipped to stand. ——————————————————————————————————1/2—— Headlines 300 Regional 331 FOR GOING PLACES DIRECT SEE p264 Next page Headlines News Poll 'father
P306 Teletext 306 May 5 00:10:11         ———————————————————————————  HESELTINE STAYS IN HOSPITAL   Former deputy PM Michael Heseltine is expected to stay in hospital until Tuesday, Tory party sources said. Mr Heseltine, 64, was taken to hospital after suffering an attack of angina which sparked a heart scare, although this was later discounted. The veteran politician's latest illness has ruled him out of the contest for the Conservative leadership. ——————————————————————————————————2/2—— Headlines 300 Regional 331 WHAT'S THE LOCAL TRAFFIC LIKE? p193 Next page Headlines News Poll 'bather
P306 Teletext 306 May 5 00:00:25       ———————————————————————————  HESELTINE STAYS IN HOSPITAL   Former deputy PM Michael Heseltine is expected to stay in hospital until $zesday, Tory party sources said. Mr Heseltine, 64, was taken to hospital after suffercng an attack of angina which sparked a heart scare, although this was later discounted. The veteran politician's latest illness has ruled him out of the contest for the Conservative leadership. ——————————————————————————————————2/2—— Headlines 300 Regional 331 WHAT'S THE LOCAL TRAFFIC LIKE? p193 Next page Headlines News Poll 'father