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Last Updated: Tuesday, 19 September 2006, 08:43 GMT 09:43 UK
Party Conferences: Virtual Reality
THE DAILY POLITICS
Jenny Scott and three enormous ice creams which graphically represent the parlous state of party funding in the UK

To tell you what's driving the debates at the party conferences, we've yanked Jenny out of the halls and landed her on a virtual reality beach.

Ice creams are bigger than people and deckchairs proliferate as far as the eye can see.

Before you decide we've spent too long in the conference bar-rooms, the graphics are actually graphs and diagrams to help explain some of the technical realities and financial pressures which affect the way the parties do politics.

We hope that our mixture of virtual reality and, well, actual reality will help make these things clearer. If there are any other political issues you'd like to see getting the Daily Politics treatment, or any comments you'd like to leave, please use the form below.

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