How Cameron, Clegg and Miliband measured up in front of their party faithful.
Prime Minister David Cameron vows to build an "aspiration nation" to save Britain from economic ruin, as he closes the Conservative conference.
Ed Miliband stakes his claim to be the next prime minister by claiming Labour is now the "one-nation" party, in his big conference speech.
Conservative Party conference
- Salmond talks of a better future02:37
- PM: Helping poor, weak and vulnerable03:06
- '1992 model' could help David Cameron04:30
- Cameron: 'We need to build more houses'01:12
- 'Every hobnob in world made in London'04:34
- Hunt: We know how much health matters06:40
- Boris rules out being MP while mayor15:44
- 'Raising the bar' on tackling burglars04:34
- Boris: I am a mop, PM is the broom01:32
- West Coast rail decision 'next week'05:45
- 'Radical change in employment law'02:43
- Is Boris Johnson a future Tory leader?03:09
- Cameron on Europe, economy and Boris25:59
- PM: 'We must do more on welfare'04:38
- Cameron on NHS pay and GPs03:28
- Free schools: Keep them or close them?03:03
- What did Labour do for equality?02:59
- Harman: Ed Miliband wrote my speeches03:34
- Miliband on those who turned Tory02:31
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