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Ed Miliband spoke at the Labour Party conference yesterday (read our report here), making this final day here in Brighton one of digestion. The mood by the seaside this morning is sluggish. The main hall gets under way an hour later than yesterday and people are arriving late, coffees in hand. The conference stalls will begin packing up soon. Unite has by far the largest stand.

In its hung-over state, the party now has time to sit back in its chair having consumed yesterday’s fairly hefty policy meal and consider whether it liked what the leader served up. The papers…

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