Party conferences 2007
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David Cameron rallies the Tories, challenging Gordon Brown to call a snap election and "let the people decide".

Gordon Brown says he will "not let the British people down" in his keynote speech to the Labour conferences.
Sir Menzies Campbell hits back at critics who say he is too old, in his keynote speech to the Lib Dem conference.
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