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Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 14:59 GMT 15:59 UK
'Come and join us' urges Howard
Michael Howard brings his party's annual conference to a close with a pitch to Labour and Lib Dem voters.
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Blair blamed for Iraq 'half war'
'Drugs war' tops crime plans
Kilroy warned to get back in line
Col Collins' defence cut warning
Tories make pitch for grey vote
Letwin targets 'unfair tax rises'
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Tory bid to 'reclaim' union jack
Vote Blair get Brown, Davis warns
'Voters don't know Tory policies'
Howard says Tories can still win
Tories admit by-election 'blow'
Tories pledge to scrap New Deal
Jessica urges Tories to woo young
INTERVIEWS AND FEATURES
Breakfast with the Tory ladies
Oliver Letwin's taxing questions
Steve Norris' tips for the top
Tories target political correctness
In-depth: Lib Dem conference
In-depth: Labour conference
Labour's time over, says Salmond
'Practical' policies crucial for Plaid
UKIP stakes its claim
Memorable Tory conference moments
Lambeth councillor Clare Whelan on Tory conference life
Behind the scenes with the Newsnight team at the Tory conference
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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