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The Conservative's annual conference in Manchester will still go ahead despite Tory MPs being summoned back to Parliament, the party chairman has insisted.

James Cleverly confirmed the four-day event, due to begin on Sunday, will not be scrapped even though MPs will now have duties in Westminster.

Labour last night vowed to vote down any move by the government to bring forward a recess of parliament for the duration of the conference - the procedure normally used to ensure MPs are free to attend the party gatherings. 

Conservative parliamentarians wanting to attend the event could find themselves making numerous trips from London to Manchester as they try to balance their parliamentary work with...

The Conservative's annual conference in Manchester will still go ahead despite Tory MPs being summoned back to Parliament, the party chairman has insisted.

James Cleverly confirmed the four-day event, due to begin on Sunday, will not be scrapped even though MPs will now have duties in Westminster.

Labour last night vowed to vote down any move by the government to bring forward a recess of parliament for the duration of the conference - the procedure normally used to ensure MPs are free to attend the party gatherings. 

Conservative parliamentarians wanting to attend the event could find themselves making numerous trips from London to Manchester as they try to balance their parliamentary work with...

The Conservative's annual conference in Manchester will still go ahead despite Tory MPs being summoned back to Parliament, the party chairman has insisted.

James Cleverly confirmed the four-day event, due to begin on Sunday, will not be scrapped even though MPs will now have duties in Westminster.

Labour last night vowed to vote down any move by the government to bring forward a recess of parliament for the duration of the conference - the procedure normally used to ensure MPs are free to attend the party gatherings. 

Conservative parliamentarians wanting to attend the event could find themselves making numerous trips from London to Manchester as they try to balance their parliamentary work with...

The Conservative's annual conference in Manchester will still go ahead despite Tory MPs being summoned back to Parliament, the party chairman has insisted.

James Cleverly confirmed the four-day event, due to begin on Sunday, will not be scrapped even though MPs will now have duties in Westminster.

Labour last night vowed to vote down any move by the government to bring forward a recess of parliament for the duration of the conference - the procedure normally used to ensure MPs are free to attend the party gatherings. 

Conservative parliamentarians wanting to attend the event could find themselves making numerous trips from London to Manchester as they try to balance their parliamentary work with...