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Tuesday Sunday, 21 July, 2002, 15:36 GMT 16:36 UK
'No turning back' - Blair
The prime minister urges his party conference and the British people to "rise to the challenge" of equipping the nation for the future.

Tony Blair Blair 'does a Maggie'
Tony Blair's conference speech may have reassured the dissidents for now but they will want to see the detail before long.

Theatrical Tony plays to the audience
Tony Blair's speech to this year's Labour party conference was a chance to see if he can still command audiences as he did during the 1997 election campaign.

In his own words
Extracts from Tony Blair's speech to the Labour conference.

Blair delivers zero tolerance
Tony Blair has unveiled zero tolerance measures on crime in a get-tough speech at the Labour Party conference.



Blair challenges teachers
The prime minister promises the most fundamental reform of the teaching profession since state education began.



Back united Ireland, Blair urged
Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams calls on UK Prime Minister Tony Blair to work for a united Ireland.



Labour funding challenge to Tories
Labour says it will limit its spending during election campaigns if the Tories agree to follow suit.



Platform for change as politics gets colourful
The new political battleground is being fought over who has the trendiest platform for the party conference. But what does it all mean?



Lottery health plans provoke outrage
Tories and the Liberal Democrats condemn government plans to use lottery money for cancer screening.



Green agenda gets tough on pollution
Environment minister Michael Meacher has told delegates polluters will face higher fines.



'I don't like to be beside the seaside'
Environment Minister Michael Meacher refuses to go swimming at Blackpool and warns others against braving the waters as well.



Closed door paranoia attacked by Tories
Private sessions to allow delegates to question ministers away from public scrutiny have come under fire.

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