Quotes of the day
LABOUR IN BRIGHTON
Thursday 05 October 1995
"It is not the NHS 'safe in their hands', but trying to get their hands in the NHS ... we'll prove that the gloves do fit." - Rodney Bickerstaffe, associate general secretary of Unison.
"Whilst I fully understand there is much interest in the [OJ Simpson] verdict, I would implore you not to lose sight of both the news value and of the importance to the country of Mr Blair's speech." - Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair's press secretary, in a fax to the BBC on Tuesday afternoon.
"Those who didn't come up with solutions shouldn't turn on those who have." - David Blunkett, education spokesman, to Roy Hattersley.
"The public and the party owe Roy Hattersley a huge debt of gratitude. He returned us to our traditions." - Alan Simpson MP, secretary of the left-wing Campaign Group.
"The idea, so beloved of Conservative Central Office, that the 'left' is waiting to rise again should be seen for what it is - propaganda." Peter Mandelson MP.
"Those who didn't come up with solutions shouldn't turn on those who have." David Blunkett, education spokesman, to Roy Hattersley.
"I'm only here as a token left winger." - Jerry Hayes, Conservative MP for Harlow and Carlton Television broadcaster.
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