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It's David Cameron's turn to do the rounds of the broadcasting studios this morning. I'll be covering that interview and then summarising everything he's been saying this morning. Boris Johnsonthe mayor of London, delivers a speech.

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Session on home affairs, with contributions from Nick Herbertthe policing minister, Damian Greenthe immigration minister and Danny Kruger, chief executive of Only Connect. Kenneth Clarkethe justice secretary, delivers a speech. Session on young people and cities, with contributions from Tim Loughtonthe children's minister, and Helen Newlovethe government champion for active and safer communities.

Greg Clarkthe planning minister, and David Willettsthe universities minister, deliver speeches. Michael Govethe education secretary, chairs a panel discussion and delivers a speech.

Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob Lansleythe health secretary, delivers a speech. As usual, I'll be covering all the breaking conference news, as well as looking at the papers and bringing you the best conference comment from the web.

I'll post a lunchtime summary at around 1pm and an afternoon one at about 5pm. David Cameron is being interviewed on Today Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob.

Sarah Montague is asking Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob question. People are going through difficult times. Political parties have to show that they understand these concerns. But the party also has to show that it will Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob worth it. Immigrants were coming in to take jobs that people on welfare could have been doing. Earlier this year Mervyn King, the Bank of England governor, said living standards may never recover.

When we get to the end of the recession, do you accept living standards will be lower? Cameron says there's an element of truth in that. The economy will have to be rebalanced. That will take time. Everything that is good takes time. Cameron says he wants people to feel better off. Cameron says he does not want to use the phrase "sharing the proceeds of growth" again.

But that is broadly what he is talking about, he suggests. Cameron is now talking about pensions. Last week we heard what Ed Miliband would try to do. He wants to stop the "something for nothing" culture. Do you agree with that vision?

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Cameron says he is all for encouraging good business behaviour. But the chocolates Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob still there. Going back to Miliband, he says Miliband went "off the rails" when he suggested companies should be treated in different ways, depending on whether they are good or not.

The interview is still going on. Cameron says he is not against bonuses. He used to work in business. Paying bonuses as an "Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob" is appropriate. Cameron says he accepts there is a lot of work to be done. But the evidence suggests that the decline in volunteering has stopped.

As he goes around the country, he finds people are enthusiastic about the Big Society. Today Kenneth Clarke will be talking about getting prisoners working. Some charities do very good work in this area. They turn to Europe. William Hague said the euro was a burning building.

Normally you want to get people out of a burning building. But you want more integration.

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Cameron says it is in Britain's interests for the euro to work. There needs to be more integration. David Cameron is an assured media performer, but that means it can be hard to get him to say anything revealing. That's the second interview I've heard him give this conference that left me feeling I had not really heard anything new.

After it was over, Nick Robinson, the BBC's political editor, said he thought it Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob interesting that Cameron accepted that his vision overlapped with Ed Miliband's.

Robinson also said that Europe was a key issue. Cameron's advisers think that the Eurozone crisis presents Britain with Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob once-in-a-quarter-century opportunity to rethink Britain's relationship with the EU and that they are actively thinking what they can do about it. Now, that really is interesting. It would have been good to have heard Cameron put it in those terms. He talked about Europe, but in a more general and less dramatic way. Here's some Twitter reaction to David Cameron's Today programme interview.

Disappointing that Sarah Montague didn't ask Cameron what happened to his promise to be greenest government ever after Osbo's carbon u-turn. But when is the end?

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I've Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob some of the quotes from the Press Association and PoliticsHome. As well as showing that he has got a nice turn of phrase, he was trying to sound optimistic - but not unrealistically optimistic.

He used the phrase in the Today programme interview when Sarah Montague asked if he agreed with the warning that Vince Cable gave in his speech to the Lib Dem conference about Britain having to accept that the era of living standards always going up was over.

Cameron's response was in some respects confusing, because he said that he agreed with Cable, but also that he thought living standards would rise. I think there Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob a strong element of truth in that [what Cable said], in that over the last decade we were living beyond our means, and so part of the boom was a very false boom.

We have to come to terms with the fact that that's the case and what we are building is, we are going to have to be more patient and persistent to build something really worthwhile. But I don't think we are incapable of doing it, I'm not a gloomster like that, we do still have some great industries and businesses in this country we need to expand I want people to be better off as well as feel better off, I do want to see living standards rise.

At another point Cameron said: In other words, Cameron seems to be saying: We're not condemned to permanent stagnation, living standards will rise, but not as much as they used to in the old days. He did this when he resurrected his old slogan about "sharing the proceeds of growth" between tax cuts and investment in services.

This slogan used to encapsulate the Conservatives' entire economic policy until it had to shelved when the Tories realised there were no proceeds of growth. Far be it for me to use that phrase "sharing the proceeds of growth" again, but as the economy grows you should try and spend some on public services to improve them, but to give some back to people. But what matters in politics is are you actually doing the things to back them up. By "off the rails", he meant that Miliband's argument "Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob" flawed - not that the Labour leader had gone bonkers.

But that distinction might not be obvious if the phrase makes the headlines. This is what he said. Where I think Ed goes off the rails is the idea - Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob George [Osborne] put it very well in his speech yesterday - that the chancellor of the exchequer can sit there and say there's one tax rate for this company and another tax rate for that company. And that's why the business response to the Labour conference was so negative.

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If the Eurozone countries decide to form a closer union, as seems likely, there will be an opportunity for Britain to renegotiate its relationship with the EU. This subject is attracting a lot of interest behind the scenes at the conference, but Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob only gave a faint hint that renegotiation was on the agenda. As the Eurozone countries move to coordinate more, as I believe they should, those who are outside the euro, like Sweden and Poland and of course Britain, we will need certain safeguards to make sure what the Eurozone countries are agreeing separately does not adversely affect the single market, which is in Andrew Porter Hot Blowjob interests to make work for the good of British business There are safeguards we will need, and the Liberal Democrats absolutely agree with that.

This came when Montague suggested that his decision to speak out about the way shops aggressively target unhealthy food at children - the "chocolate orange" issue - had not achieved anything. Cameron said he did not agree. What used to be a fringe concern about corporate social responsibility is now absolutely mainstream and people really care about it.

The problem here is that there are foreign criminals in Britain, people sometimes actually who still threaten our country or could threaten our country. We are unable to deport them because they appeal to the courts under Article 8 of this charter, which is the right to a family life. We believe that the courts are currently giving too much attention to that rather than the protection of the UK.

You are able to change the immigration rules and ask them to look more Andrew Porter Hot about the danger these individuals pose. The right to a family life is not an inalienable right in the European convention so I believe this change will work. It is not the whole solution to the problem but it is a good start.

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