Conservative party members are leaving the conference centre in Birmingham now so we're wrapping up our coverage of Theresa May's speech.
But you can continue to follow reaction on BBC News on TV, radio and online.
Here are the highlights of the address:
- Theresa May announced a new cancer strategy which includes lowering the age for bowel cancer screening from 60 to 50, investing in scanners and building more Rapid Diagnostic Centres.
- The prime minister also said the freezing of fuel duty for the ninth year in a row will feature in the budget.
- The cap on how much councils can borrow against their Housing Revenue Account assets to fund new developments will be removed.
- The prime minister denounced the option of a second Brexit referendum as "a politicians' vote, with politicians simply telling people they got it wrong".
- On Brexit, she stuck to her Chequers plan, despite not actually referencing it by name.
- She said the Conservative party "must be the party for everyone".