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Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 15:12 GMT 16:12 UK
Fighting talk, plots and policies
BBC News Online's Nick Assinder looks back at what was achieved, and what changed, during this year's party conference season.
IDS brushes off 'malcontents'
Blair defeated over health plans
Lib Dems vote to axe council tax
Back to reality after three weeks with Charles, Tony and Iain
'I arrive in time for Boris Johnson's warm-up for IDS - v funny'
'I'm not going home to prepare for a Lib Dem government... yet'
'Given my voice, it's no bad thing I don't know the Red Flag'
Blair vows no reverse on reform
Tony Blair vows to ride out his "rough patch" and tells Labour members he is determined to push ahead with reform at home and abroad.
Brown appeals to Labour's 'soul'
Hoon urges Labour unity on Iraq
Blunkett vows to curb gun crime
Emotions dominate Iraq debate
Citizen Reid seeks support
Tory leader: Back me or get out
Iain Duncan Smith takes on his Tory critics and launches a savage attack on Tony Blair in his make or break conference speech.
Tories 'must be party for all'
Elected police chiefs plan unveiled
Tories 'will help pensioners'
Tories step up EU vote pressure
Tories 'will keep tax promises'
Confident Kennedy warns rivals
Charles Kennedy attacks his rivals over the Iraq war and says the Lib Dems are becoming the "only credible opposition" to Labour.
Teather's rapturous welcome
New war inquiry call
Sex lessons for seven-year-olds
Jail 'can be soft option'
Detainee's father's appeal
Tony Blair brushed off his troubles in Bournemouth
Stopping the plots?
The Tories have a big decision to make after their leader's speech
The Lib Dems have high hopes after week in Brighton
Swinney makes plea for unity
John Swinney tells delegates that the SNP will not win independence from the political margins.
SNP leader looks to the future
Swinney secures victory
SNP seeks asylum intervention
SNP warned to 'unite or fail'
Plaid commits to independence
Plaid Cymru confirms it wants an independent Wales with membership of the EU and a seat at the United Nations.
Plaid greets new leaders
Plaid rejects imperial history call
Twist in tale as Jones returns
Iwan shines light on party faithful
Q&A: Party conferences
BBC News Online looks at what can change, and what can't, during the party conference season.
Manufacturing on the march
Copy Texas, Tories told
Tell us another one, Charlie
Punches, pointing - and gags
Tory members' verdict on the big speech
Lib Dem MP
Mark Oaten took your questions from the party conference.
A comeback gig?
Watching Blair work his old magic on the party faithful
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