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Friday, October 1, 1999 Published at 07:27 GMT 08:27 UK

UK Politics

Picture gallery: Smiles by the seaside

As Labour's conference in Bournemouth winds up with flashing lights and the Red Flag, BBC News Online looks back at some of the images of the week

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Gordon Brown flew in to the conference with a prudent economic message and a grin that tried to show that despite reports to the contrary, all is well between the chancellor and his old friend Tony

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And the prime minister and Northern Ireland Secretary Mo Mowlam made sure they were all smiles around the camera's prying lens

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Although Labour conference is a more harmonious affair these days, Jack Straw knows you still have to watch your back

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Mind the trap: Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, is caught out over a 250-yard car journey on the day he urged everyone to find more environmentally friendly transport alternatives

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While Frank Dobson seemed to be busy impressing everyone with some magic tricks

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And as conference watchers moved on to witness the Conservatives get together next week, Mr Blair declared an end to the class war, and then set his people free

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