David Cameron urges Britons to "pull together" in the national interest, in his first party conference speech since becoming PM.
Ed Miliband says a new generation is running Labour and signals a break from the past by declaring the Iraq war wrong in his first big speech as leader.
The government does not "relish" planning for spending cuts, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says.
Liam Fox blames Labour's economic mismanagement for what he says will be inevitable cuts to the defence budget.
Foreign Secretary William Hague says a sovereignty clause will be included in a new EU bill to be introduced into Parliament this year.
Three flagship Conservative councils say how they keep costs down and get maximum value for council tax payers money.
David Cameron hints a planned tax break for married couples could include higher rate taxpayers, as he defends plans to cut child benefit.
The work and pensions promises to restore "fairness and simplicity" to the welfare system by consolidating payments into a single credit.
David Cameron defends the decision to axe higher rate taxpayers' child benefit, as Labour says government plans are "unravelling".