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September 28, 1987

Britain's Labor Party opens its annual convention today and is expected to review its policies, structure and strategy after a third successive election defeat by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's Conservatives sentenced it to spend the rest of the 1980s out of power. The weeklong conference's agenda contains a frank acknowledgment by the party hierarchy that without a radical policy shift to appeal to the younger, upwardly mobile professionals, the party may never win power again.

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