By Marlyn Glen
This weekend it’s the Scottish Labour Party conference in Dundee, and it will be covered online by the Party’s wesbite.
The conference will feature policy debates on education, health and housing on Friday, with speeches from Rhona Brankin MSP, Cathy Jamieson MSP, and Johann Lamont MSP. After that, we will be addressed addressed by the Prime Minister.
On Saturday morning there will be debates on the economy and prosperity and the next general election, with speeches from Harriet Harman MP, James Purnell MP, Ed Miliband MP, and David Martin MEP.
In the afternoon Iain Gray, Labour’s leader in the Scottish Parliament, will make his keynote address to conference.
Sunday will see debates on justice, local government, the environment, the economy and skills. There will be speeches from Andy Kerr MSP, John Park MSP, Sarah Boyack MSP, and Richard Baker MSP.
Conference will close with a keynote speech from the Secretary of State for Scotland, Jim Murphy MP.
If you can’t make it, you can watch it on television and online. The speeches by Gordon Brown and Iain Gray are expected to be show in the BBC News Channel and BBC2 Scotland respectively.
You can also keep to date with all our coverage on our website and at the special Dundee Labour party website.
I will also have reports on my website here.