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6.15pm WATCH: 16 year old Labour activist Rory Weal wows the party conference

ED BALLS' LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE SPEECH

  • A news round-up of Ed Balls' Labour party conference speech - LeftWatch
  • 'Labour made mistakes in Government' - Telegraph
  • 'Balls outlines plans to bolster economy' - FT
  • Ed Balls: 'Osborne wants the unions to strike' - Independent
  • Guardian panel verdict on Balls' speech - Guardian
  • John Denham: 'Time for a radical Labour vision on the economy' - Guardian
  • Sajid Javid MP: 'Come on then Ed, back my National Debt Cap Bill now - Platform

ED MILIBAND

  • John McTernan: 'The focus is on you, Ed Miliband' - Telegraph
  • Tim Montgomerie: 'Ed Miliband should learn from the Tory opposition experience - Guardian
  • Nick Wood: 'Miliband would be out of a job if he were Tory leader' - Daily Mail
  • Alex Smith of LabourList talks of the need to rally delegates at the conference - Huffington Post
  • 'What must Ed Miliband do?' according to Labour party delegates - BBC

OTHER NEWS FROM THE LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE

  • Labour may boycott police commissioner elections - Guardian
  • Peter Hitchens: 'What Labour won't do and ought to do' - Daily Mail
  • Jim Murphy attacks the government for "slashing war veterans' pensions" - Mirror
  • 'Labour seeks to escape Iraq's "long shadow" with new foreign policy - Guardian
  • 'Douglas Alexander demands that Syrian President Assad must go, and supports a Palestinian state' - PlayPolitical
  • Alexander says he would not rush to share a platform with Cameron in the campaign against Scottish independence - BBC
  • Ken Livingstone vows to cut fares by 5% if he beats Boris - Huffington Post
  • Dave Hill: 'Will "ordinary Londoners" trust Ken Livingstone to deliver lower fares? – Guardian
  • Memories of a young William Hague are evoked, as a 16yr old activist impresses the conference  - Guardian I Mirror
  • General Secretary of Unison, Dave Prentis, says Labour must back strikes over pensions – BBC 
  • Labour asks the government to rethink key welfare policies - Housing Federation

NEWS IN BRIEF

  • A policymaker at the Bank of England says that the £ will stay weak 'for some time' - Independent
  • 'Optimism over Europe drives Wall St. higher' - Telegraph
  • Residents of the Dale Farm traveller site win a temporary reprieve today - Independent I Daily Mail
  • Dave Hill: 'To prosper, London must help its poorest' - Guardian
  • Abhijit Pandya: 'Uncontrolled immigration is destroying Britain's literacy' - Daily Mail
  • 'Grant Shapps helps to highlight Labour's "cover-up" on immigration' - LeftWatch

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