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banner Thursday, 28 September, 2000, 14:09 GMT 15:09 UK
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To watch BBC News Online's series of webcasts with Labour party leading figures, and the pick of the fringe, click below.


Cabinet Office minister Mo Mowlam answers your questions.

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International Development Secretary Clare Short answers your questions.

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Pensions Minister Jeff Rooker answers your questions.

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From the fringe:

London Mayor Ken Livingstone makes his speech at the Campaign for Labour Party Democracy debate.

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Pensions Minister Jeff Rooker makes a speech about the future of state pensions.

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Guardian Debate:
'Has Labour forgotten its roots?'

Chris Smith
Culture Secretary
Lord Falconer
Minister responsible for the Dome
Alan Simpson
Member of Parliament
Robert Marshall-Andrews
Member of Parliament and QC

(all video is for 56k modems)


Foreign Secretary Robin Cook makes a speech at the 'Britain in Europe' reception.

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Ministers for Women:
'Listening to Women'

Tessa Jowell
Minister for Women
Baroness Margaret Jay
Minister for Women, and Leader of the House of Lords

(all video is for 56k modems)


Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Mandelson makes a speech at the Young Fabians Society annual reception.

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Socialist Campaign Group of Labour MPs:
'Winning for Labour'

Tony Benn
Veteran Labour MP
Jeremy Corbyn
Left wing Labour MP
Diane Abbot
London Labour MP
Alice Mahon
The backbench Labour MP remembers the late Audrey Wise

(all video is for 56k modems)

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