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conference 2003
Last Updated: Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 15:12 GMT 16:12 UK
BBC News Online's Nick Assinder looks back at what was achieved, and what changed, during this year's party conference season.

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CONFERENCE 2003
 


LABOUR

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.

CONSERVATIVES

Iain Duncan Smith takes on his Tory critics and launches a savage attack on Tony Blair in his make or break conference speech.


LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

Charles Kennedy attacks his rivals over the Iraq war and says the Lib Dems are becoming the "only credible opposition" to Labour.



SNP

John Swinney tells delegates that the SNP will not win independence from the political margins.

PLAID CYMRU

Plaid Cymru confirms it wants an independent Wales with membership of the EU and a seat at the United Nations.


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