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Britain's Labour Party

There's less than a year to go until a general election in Britain. Can the governing Labour Party, a long way behind in the polls, still retrieve the situation?

Next week, Britain's governing Labour Party holds its last annual conference before a General Election takes place - probably next year. But it does so in the knowledge that it's very unlikely to win against the main opposition Conservatives. Naomi Grimley asks whether there's anything the party can still do to retrieve the situation.

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Fri 25 Sep 2009 04:40GMT

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BBC World Service Archive

BBC World Service Archive

This programme was restored as part of the World Service archive project