Party conferences 2009
Party Conferences

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Party leaders did it their way

David Cameron says he is "ready to be tested" if the Tories win power, in his last conference speech ahead of an election.
Gordon Brown says voters "face the biggest choice for a generation" in a keynote speech to Labour's conference.

Nick Clegg shuns talk of deals with other parties as he closes the Liberal Democrat conference by saying he wants to be PM.

FEATURES, VIEWS, ANALYSIS
Most memorable moments of party conference season
The questions Cameron's speech aimed to answer
But did conference do what Labour needed it to?

CONSERVATIVE CONFERENCE
LABOUR CONFERENCE

LIBERAL DEMOCRAT CONFERENCE
UKIP CONFERENCE
GREEN PARTY CONFERENCE
PLAID CONFERENCE
ENGLISH DEMOCRATS
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FEATURES, VIEWS, ANALYSIS
Anniversary speech seeks to woo floating voters
Did Cameron find a killer phrase to sum up his message?
... Repent at leisure, would-be Labour MPs told

SNP CONFERENCE
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