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Conferences 2001 Tuesday, 18 February, 2003, 14:16 GMT
The logos of the three main parties Conference clashes kept for another day
It was the conference season that never really was, with terror dashing hopes of some good old-fashioned political clashes, writes Nyta Mann.
Blair promises victory over terror
Tony Blair puts the UK on a war footing and warns the Taleban regime to "surrender the terrorists, or surrender power".
Tory leader's public service 'mission'
Iain Duncan Smith uses his debut conference speech as leader to pledge reform of "Third World" standard public services.
Kennedy warns of threat to democracy
Charles Kennedy has ended the Liberal Democrat conference with a warning to the world not to meet terror with terror.
Hands off our parliament says Winnie Ewing in the face of a threat to MSP numbers Hands off MSP numbers says SNP
The prime minister is warned by the Scottish Nationalists not to interfere with the number of MSPs in the Scottish Parliament.
Plaid rejects Welsh independence
At the party's annual conference in Cardiff, Plaid Cymru rejects independent status for Wales in favour of European membership.
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