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Sunday, 24 September, 2000, 22:51 GMT 23:51 UK
In pictures: Labour Party conference
The Labour Party conference in Brighton got off to a lively start on Sunday with outdoor protests, some "big issue" talk from Tony Blair and a standing ovation for Cabinet Office Minister Mo Mowlam, who is stepping down at the General Election.

Socilaist Workers Party protest
Noisy start: Socialist Workers Party members protest against part-privatisation of London Underground

Tony Blair
Coping with crisis: Tony Blair has to come out fighting as polls show Labour's popularity plummeting

Riot police in Brighton
Out in force: Riot police keep an eye on protesters at what will be a tightly guarded event

Mo Mowlam
Mo Mowlam, who will step down as an MP at the next election, received a standing ovation

Lady Penny Mortimer on Brighton seafront
Speechless: Lady Penny Mortimer protests at being banned from speaking in favour of fox hunting at the conference

Rhodri Morgan
First Minister of the Welsh Assembly Rhodri Morgan says fuel crisis was a "timely kick up the backside"

Agriculture Minister Nick Brown
Agriculture Minister Nick Brown samples British wine at a Brighton market

Tony Blair and John Prescott
Labour duo: Tony Blair and John Prescott have their work cut out

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