They’ll be followed by Labour’s conference in Manchester the following week as Ed Miliband attempts to bridge the gap between his party’s soaring popularity and his own more modest personal ratings.
Then David Cameron will round off the season with his closing speech to the Conservatives in little under four weeks’ time. But will his conference have already been overshadowed by trouble-making Boris Johnson?
In the studio to decipher it all: Guardian columnists
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