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CAMERON'S CONFERENCE SPEECH

  • Cameron talks compassion, but should he have talked growth? - ToryDiary
  • Cameron calls on Britain to show "bulldog spirit" and "can do optimism" - Telegraph I Independent I Mirror  
  • His speech in full - Telegraph
  • Cameron: Let's show the world some fight - Guardian
  • PM 'blasts pessimistic Britain in "can do" speech - Express
  • The economic threat is as bad as it was in 2008 - Reuters
  • It's as serious as 2008: Cameron delivers bleak assessment of economy in hard-hitting speech to party conference - Daily Mail
  • Britian must stick to it's austerity plan - Wall Street Journal
  • Stick with us on the economy - City A.M
  • David Cameron makes keynote speech - Sun
  • 'Cameron in recession risk warning' - BBC
  • Gavin Lumsden: 'Cameron bottled it on credit card message' - CityWire
  • 'As growth slumps, should Britain borrow more?' - Huffington Post
  • Cameron urges Tories to back gay marriage - Pink News I Pink Paper
  • Douglas Murray: 'Why Conservatives should welcome gay marriage - Spectator
  • Cameron says he will never let the UK join the €uro - MyFinances.co.uk
  • Peter Hoskin: Cameron's speech injected some bounce into the conference - Spectator
  • 'I will lead you to the promised land' - Archbishop Cranmer
  • Raheem Kassam – 'A Tory party speech that reassured Cameron's party, instilled confidence in the UK' - The Commentator
  • John McTernan 'One thing is clear: Ed Miliband's press operation is much better than David Cameron's - Telegraph
  • 'Cameron the global statesman contrasts with Miliband's wholly domestic speech' - Left Foot Forward
  • 'David Cameron gives talented teens free run of Downing Street - RWD

THE BUILD-UP TO CAMERON'S SPEECH

  • Cameron rewrites conference speech after credit card gaffe - Guardian I Telegraph
  • PM abandons part of speech which supposedley called on people to pay off their credit cards - Evening Standard
  • Jim Pickard: 'Cameron to change his offending "credit cards" speech - FT
  • Fraser Nelson explains Cameron's debt u-turn - Spectator
  • Nick Robinson: 'Cameron rewrites speech' - BBC
  • Robert Peston: 'Is Cameron calling for low growth?' - BBC
  • 'Economists blast Cameron "pay debt" call - Times (£)
  • 'Human rights feud puts British PM in a tight spot - Globe & Mail

WILLIAM HAGUE

  • Hague says it would be a "bad idea" to offer a referendum on the EU - Guardian I Telegraph
  • The UK is "closely tied to the fate of the Euro" says Hague - Independent
  • He also says that curbing the power of the EU would "take years" - Evening Standard
  • 'Hague accuses Russia and China of "sidelining with brutal regime" in Syria - Guardian
  • Chris Doyle: 'Syrians have been let down by the UN' - Guardian

LIAM FOX

  • Liam Fox says the Government will commit £1.8bn over 10 years to revolutionise Britain's Reserve Forces - Play Political
  • 'Fox vows to keep the Falklands British' - Telegraph
  • NATO must remain a key defender of Europe says Fox - Guardian
  • Calls for EU defence force are "nonsense" - BBC

OTHER CONFERENCE NEWS

  • Ten things we have learnt from the conference - Guardian
  • Toby Young: 'This year, the Conservative Party Conference was an impressively North Korean affair' - Telegraph
  • Joshua Rozenberg: 'Theresa May cat flap should not detract from serious issues at stake' - Guardian
  • Primal Scream say they are "disgusted" that Theresa May decided to use their song for her conference speech - Telegraph I The First Post I Metro
  • 'We don't want to get as fat as America' – Cameron's swipe at US obesity levels - Daily Mail
  • Jim Pickard: 'Full steam ahead for controversial planning reforms' - FT
  • 'Have the Conservatives given up on the environment? - Guardian
  • Hugh Grant wants to know why the Tories got into bed with Murdoch - Guardian
  • Henry Deedes: 'Why is the Prime Minister meeting with Hugh Grant?' - Daily Mail
  • Nik Darlington: 'Tory grassroots in Manchester show little appetite for fighting Murdo Fraser's separation - Huffington Post
  • Steve Bell's conference caricatures - Guardian
  • Ed Vaizey discusses speed-dating for ministers, and philanthropy - Guardian

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