The details of Ed Balls' superficially dramatic speech reveal modest proposals that hark back to Labour's past.
Shadow business secretary John Denham delivers his speech to Labour's autumn conference in Liverpool. Read it in full here.
Read Ed Balls' first speech as shadow chancellor to the Labour party conference in full here.
Louise Casey, victim's commissioner, puts across her support for prisoner contributions to be made to help ease the cost of supporting victims.
Javed Khan, Victim Support chief executive, says working in prison leads individuals onto reform path.
Juliet Lyons, Prison Reform Trust director, expresses support for idea but warns against breaking the link between earning in prison to help resettlement.
Nick Herbert, policing minister, emphasises the value of making offenders take personal responsibility for their crimes through financial reparation.
Shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander delivers his speech to the 2011 Labour party conference in Liverpool, in which he outlines the need to promote democracy, not just stability, abroad: