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Last Updated: Friday, 24 September, 2004, 12:20 GMT 13:20 UK
Labour conference
BBC Parliament sampled the fringe events at the Labour conference.

You can see exclusive coverage of Gordon Brown addressing the Trade Justice Movement's meeting on global poverty, at 2200 BST on Saturday and throughout the night.

At 2235 BST on Saturday The Guardian debate 'Can Labour Lose' will be shown, with contributions from Jack Straw.

All of the main conference debates and speeches were broadcast live on BBC Parliament and repeated throughout the day and night.

The table below shows the Labour Party's provisional key events in Brighton.

Sunday 26 September
From 1430 BST: Ian McCartney Speech by the Labour Party Chairman
Margaret Beckett Speech by the environment, food & rural affairs secretary
John Prescott Speech by the deputy prime minister
Monday 27 September
Morning: Jack McConnell Speech by the Scottish First Minister
'Building Prosperity for All' Debate with Patricia Hewitt & Gordon Brown
Afternoon: 'Creating Sustainable Communities' Debate with John Prescott
Tuesday 28 September
Morning: 'Britain in an Independent World' Debate with Jack Straw
Afternoon: Tony Blair Speech by the prime minister
Gary Titley Speech by leader of the European Parliamentary Labour Party
Wednesday 29 September
Morning: Welsh Report Speeches from Rhodri Morgan & Peter Hain
Roger Lyons Speech by the TUC President
Afternoon: Wouter Bos Speech by the leader of the Dutch Labour Party
'Improving Health and Education' Debate with Charles Clarke & John Reid
Thursday 30 September
Morning: 'Creating Sustainable Communities' Debate with Alastair Darling & Margaret Beckett
Afternoon: 'Creating Sustainable Communities' Continuation of previous debates with John Prescott

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