Party Conferences 2008
L-R Party leaders: Nick Clegg, David Cameron, Gordon Brown

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Conference 2008 best bits

David Cameron tells the Tory conference he has a plan to fix Britain's "broken society" and get it out of an economic "mess".
Gordon Brown tells Labour's annual conference he is the man with the experience to steer Britain through tough times.
Nick Clegg tells Lib Dem delegates they are on the road to power in his first conference speech as party leader.


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CONSERVATIVE CONFERENCE
LIB DEM CONFERENCE
LABOUR CONFERENCE

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Ruth Kelly says goodbye to Labour conference
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