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Labour conference schedule

(All times BST)

Timings are approximate. Labour officials will meet on Saturday morning to finalise the agenda. They will also meet each morning to select conference motions.

Saturday 20 September

From 1415
- Conference opens: Speech expected by Labour General Secretary Ray Collins and Cabinet Office Minister Ed Miliband. There will also be a National Policy Forum discussion.

Sunday 21 September

From 1045
- Co-operative Fraternal Speaker Gareth Thomas
- Northern Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward
- Scottish Labour Leader Iain Gray
- Justice Secretary Jack Straw
- Equalities Minister Harriet Harman

From 1415
- Home Secretary Jacqui Smith
- Work and Pensions Secretary James Purnell

Monday 22 September

From 0930
- Welsh Secretary Paul Murphy
- Welsh First Minister Rhodri Morgan
- TUC Fraternal Speaker Brendan Barber
- Business Secretary John Hutton

From 1130
- Chancellor Alistair Darling

From 1445
- Foreign Secretary David Miliband
- Defence Secretary Des Browne
- International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander
- Leader of Labour MEPs Gary Titley

Tuesday 23 September

From 0930
- Rule Changes: Mike Griffiths
- National Executive Committee (NEC) Treasurer's Report: Jack Dromey
- NEC Auditor's Report: Mick Leahy
- NEC Membership Report: Joe Mann
- Culture Secretary Andy Burnham
- Communities Secretary Hazel Blears
- Community Heroes Presentation

From 1400
- Prime Minister Gordon Brown

From 1445
- Parliamentary Report

Wednesday 24 September

From 0930
- Local Government Sororal Speaker Sally Powell
- Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly
- Environment Secretary Hilary Benn
- Health Secretary Alan Johnson
- Schools Secretary Ed Balls
- Universities Secretary John Denham

From 1445
- Closing session with Labour Deputy Leader Harriet Harman

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