Party conferences 2018: At-a-glance

The autumn party conference season is over for another year.
Here are the highlights from the past six weeks, as Britain's political parties gathered together to debate issues, decide policy and to socialise.
The Conservative Party – 1-3 October in Birmingham Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionIn full: Theresa May's speech to 2018 Conservative conference Theresa May promised the end of austerity was in sight as she urged her party to put their Brexit divisions behind them and take the fight to Labour.
In her closing leader's speech, the prime minister said the Conservatives must not be the party for the few nor the many, but for everyone who worked hard.
She announced plans to free up councils to borrow against their assets to fund house building, action to save lives through earlier cancer diagnoses and investment in scanning plus another year's freeze in fuel duty.
In a generally well-received performance, which began with her sashaying he..