As the Labour Party went in to the General Election in May it is unlikely that anyone amongst the party ranks could have predicted what the next six months would have in store.
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After a bruising election defeat for the Liberal Democrats, their conference in Bournemouth risked being a particularly quiet event. And for business it was. The #LibDemFightback won't be delivered by lobbyists and this was a conference for the Party's members, volunteers and campaigners.