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Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 14:59 GMT 15:59 UK
'We're on the move', says Kennedy
Charles Kennedy tells the Lib Dems they are on the road to government as he wraps up their annual conference.
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At-a-glance: Lib Dem conference
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Party warned on 'lurch to right'
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The Lib Dem party faithful give their reaction
Lib Dem Gez Smith's alternative look at conference life
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Offender driving plans defended
Lib Dems would end child trials
Lib Dems attack Blair's Iraq wars
Blunkett blamed for 'asylum hate'
'PR must happen' Kennedy insists
Lib Dem plan for fast rail link
Ghurka campaign backed
Kennedy demands Iraq apology
New call to impeach Blair
Draft manifesto unveiled
FEATURES AND FRINGE
Analysis: The party gets serious
Williams steps down to ovation
Will the Lib Dems gain power?
Sketch: Fun on the fringe
What Kennedy should have said
Ethnic voters 'turn to Lib Dems'
Party chairman Simon Hughes
Shirley Williams' tips for the top
Education spokesman Phil Willis
Ask Simon Hughes
Video highlights from the 2004 conference
Relive great Lib Dem conference moments
Key moments from seaside political gatherings of the past.
1980: Thatcher 'not for turning'
1983: Labour's 'dream ticket'
1984: The Brighton bomb
1999: Kennedy takes his bow
2000: Mandela pops in
2001: Duncan Smith's debut
2002: Blair's bold pledge
2003: Brown's message to Blair
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