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Liberal Democrats Sunday, 21 July, 2002, 17:43 GMT 18:43 UK
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.
Lib Dem fringe Liberal view of liberty
A typical conference fringe experience: the "VIPs" fail to turn up, the sandwiches curl at the edges and most of the wine remains undrunk.
Quiet battle rages for Lib Dem soul
Lucky Charles - as events elsewhere distract attention from a serious battle over the future direction of the Liberal Democrats.
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Roy Jenkins takes Lib Dem delegates on a tour of great Liberal political speakers
Oratorical flourish


Current international events have obscured the battle raging for the soul of the Lib Dems
Fight for Lib Dem soul


Lib Dem activist Donnachadh McCarthy's daily postcard home from the party's annual conference
A delegate's daily view


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