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Feature: How media glare dazzles Labour

On a day when the media’s influence in politics is the number one topic of conversation, politics.co.uk reviews what the papers have been saying about Gordon Brown’s leader’s speech. By Alex Stevenson The Sun In one of the most decisive moments in the tabloid’s history, reflecting its repudiation of Neil Kinnock before the 1992 election… Read more »

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Mr Brown's speech was well recieved in the hall, but he faced problems immediately afterwards
Brown reeling after conference backlash

By Ian Dunt A set of five gruelling and sometimes bad-tempered media appearances left the prime minister gasping for breath today. Timed to celebrate his well-received speech to conference yesterday, Gordon Brown was instead left to bat away suggestions he would be sunk by the Sun’s decision to retract its support from Labour this morning…. Read more »