British Prime Minister Gordon Brown gives his rallying keynote speech to party supporters this afternoon at the Labour party conference on September 23, 2008 in Manchester, England. Amid continued speculation about Brown's leadership he asserted his authority and told of his vision for the future 'a Britain of fair chances for all and fair rules applied to all'. By Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images.

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