Parliamentary and Labour Party committees to oversee the security services and, in particular, the resignation of Harold Wilson and the work of intelligence societies in Northern Ireland at that time;
A tightening of election law to stop the issue of leaflets designed to appear as though issued by another candidate;
The BBC to be guaranteed independence from political interference and privatisation;
British overseas aid to be increased to the UN target of 0.7 per cent of GNP;
The Government to approach the EC for European Intervention Funding for Swan Hunter shipbuilders, who announced 1,425 job losses in August;
The Government to offer sanctuary and, if necessary, resettlement opportunities to refugees from the former Yugoslavia.
Conference rejected calls for:
Women-only shortlists for Parliamentary candidates in Labour-held seats;
Speeding-up of the work of the Plant Committee on electoral systems;
The first-past-the-post system to be retained for Commons elections;
A ban on expatriates voting in UK elections.