The new battle lines on how to leave the EU have been drawn.
Her closing conference speech promised a plan to regain the centre and look after those in need, but the prime minister never quite got round to delivering it.
A look back at the polls shows just how popular Theresa May's predecessor was.
Half the party banged on about Europe so much they got a referendum. Now the Conservatives are divided about what happens now.
Labour once claimed racial equality as its turf, but the Tories are fighting back to woo this key demographic.
Theresa May gave the green light to leave the European union and turned it into a mandate to make all the decisions herself.
The truth is, George Osborne's ideology still rules, even after deficit chasing is abandoned.
The foreign secretary still knows how to please a crowd, but he's added a dash of gravitas to his offering.
The right has succeeded in making this a toxic issue. Perhaps the moral option is to take a large step back.
Lots of ground was covered but bridges were not built in Liverpool.
Young people are joining Labour in droves so Paula Keaveney asked her team of students what they really thought of the annual party conference.
Labour reformers toyed with the image of democratic participation without realising what it would actually lead to – a democratic debate. But the next step is not to backpedal against democracy.
Are quotas the best way to challenge sexism and discrimination in politics and workplaces?
When you educate people and then take their opportunities away, they do have a bit of a tendency to revolt.
Accepting re-election as party leader, Jeremy Corbyn appealed for a fresh start. But he hasn't yet shown what that means in practice.
In the 1960s, Britain shut the door on Commonwealth migration, before turing to Europe when it needed more workers.
Jeremy Corbyn aimed for parity when he first appointed his shadow cabinet. Can he guarantee the same if the team is elected by members?
An extensive survey shows just how much the party has changed over the past year.
With patience and a degree of moral ambivalence, the UK may find an EU that is increasingly open to the idea of free trade without free movement of people.
Founded to support Jeremy Corbyn when he became Labour leader, the campaign group has ruffled a few feathers since.