The problems of refugees and migration had the Conservatives talking at their party conference in Manchester today.
The Home Secretary and MP for Maidenhead, Theresa May, told the Tory faithful that uncontrolled migration was bad, bad for the country receiving the influx, and bad for the country experiencing the exodus.
Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby has been listening to the debate, and other issues raised at the second full day of conference.
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Former Labour chancellor and Bradford Grammar pupil Denis Healey died peacefully in his sleep this morning at his home in Sussex, his family said. He was 98-years-old.
There is still time for people in Portsmouth to have their say on the council's budget.
Until 19 October they can take part in a Portsmouth City Council consultation, aimed at finding out residents' priorities for spending.
Like all local authorities, the council is facing further cuts to the money it receives from the government.
The council has already made £74.4m of savings over the last five years. But it needs to save at least another £31m over the three financial years from April 2016.
The Labour conference ended in Brighton with a warning to the new leader Jeremy Corbyn: you won't win unless you listen to voters in the South East.
The conference ended with Mr Corbyn singing. Not the National Anthem - but the Red Flag. Our political correspondent Phil Hornby reports.
Appearing in his report: Peter Kyle MP, Hove, Lab, and Grace Dent, Maidenhead Labour Party.
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Jeremy Corbyn is giving his maiden speech as Labour leader at the party conference in Brighton.
It's been a hotly anticipated appearance ever since his election as leader earlier this year, with huge queues gathering to take a seat in the conference hall.
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Huge queues have formed in Brighton as Labour party members gather to hear Jeremy Corbyn's maiden conference speech as leader.
Delegates have crowded into the Brighton Centre, lining up excitedly in corridors and in stairways ready for the the speech this afternoon.