Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has addressed the anti-Semitism row which has recently dogged the party.
Calling racism against Jewish people "an evil" he said, "this party always has and always will fight against prejudice and hatred of Jewish people with every breath in its body."
Mr Corbyn added: "The party must be a safe and welcoming space for everybody and we will continue to take firm action against abuse and intimidation".
Here are my post conference thoughts on the state of Labour.
The Labour leader needs to start reaching out to Conservative and Ukip voters if he wants the keys to Downing Street.