The region's MPs are heading home this evening following the first party conference of a Conservative majority government for 19 years.
On the final day of the four-day event in Manchester, Prime Minister David Cameron address his party for the first time since their General Election victory in May.
During his speech, he outlined plans for 200,000 affordable news homes in Britain, insisted Britain was not interested in an "ever closer union" in Europe, and attacked Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for his "Britain-hating ideology".
Afterwards, MPs from the region praised their leader.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's political correspondent Emma Hutchinson in Manchester