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 Labour Friday, 24 January, 2003, 10:38 GMT
 Blair spells out public service push
Tony Blair says his ministers are ready to step up the drive towards public services reform as Labour's conference in Blackpool ends
Tony Blair Blair promises to be bolder
Tony Blair tells Labour conference delegates his government is at a crossroads and must now radically speed up reforms.
Emergency scene Blair denies rift with Brown
Tony Blair says his disagreement with Gordon Brown over plans to create a new generation of hospitals is practical, not ideological.
 Happy days for 'mainstream' Benn
Labour stalwart Tony Benn says he leaves the party's conference in Blackpool filled with optimism, pleasure - and a degree of surprise.
Delegate at Labour conference Straw presses case against Iraq
The foreign secretary says the UN can resolve its differences on Iraq after Labour's conference backs ministers' stance on the crisis.
 Labour guru's verdict on Blair
Anthony Giddens, architect of the Blairite 'Third Way', tells BBC News Online about Labour, German elections and higher education.
 Blair leaves doubters behind
BBC News Online's Nick Assinder says Tony Blair's speech illustrates a once-united party heading off in entirely different directions.

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