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Liberal Democrats Thursday, 11 September, 2003, 09:08 GMT 10:08 UK
Kennedy sounds election battle cry
Charles Kennedy uses his party conference speech to claim the next general election will be fought between Labour and his Liberal Democrats.
Kennedy finds a cutting edge
A language expert runs the rule over Charles Kennedy's keynote conference speech - and says the Lib Dem leader is coming into his own as a public speaker.
Lib Dems reach a turning point
Liberal Democrat chairman Mark Oaten tells BBC News Online why this year's conference is crucial for the party.
Politics over a pint
As the Liberal Democrat conference winds down in Brighton, drinkers at The Hop Poles pub give BBC News Online their assessment of the week.
Norman Baker Wish you were here
Senior Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker - feeling a little "middle-aged and clapped out" after a busy week - sends BBC News Online a postcard from Brighton.
Low key, but confident
Who's happy and who goofed? What was the best joke? BBC News Online political reporter Mark Davies offers his daily verdict on events at the Liberal Democrat conference.

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Would-be Lib Dem women candidates are given top tips on how to create the best impression.
Dressing to impress


Senior Liberal Democrat Norman Baker, MP for Lewes, sends a daily seaside postcard of his activities during the party's conference in Brighton.





As the Liberal Democrats' conference winds down in Brighton, drinkers at The Hope Poles pub give their views on music, Paddy Ashdown and Iraq.
Politics over a pint


Downing Street's policy unit is more likely to have been responsible for ordering the down grading of A level exam results than Estelle Morris, a former Labour education secretary has claimed.
Word from the wise




Party cheer
Lib Dem delegates hail Kennedy speech

Call for reform
Why Matthew Taylor thinks his job stinks

Lord TaverneGang of one
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