Labour MP Michael Dugher has said that the "land of opportunity" that David Cameron refers to is only for the "privileged few".
TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said that David Cameron failed to address the "living standards crisis," minimum wage and "living wage".
Labour leader Ed Miliband has responded to the Prime Minister's conference speech on Twitter:
Casting the Conservatives as the party for people who want to work hard, Cameron says "yes the land of despair was Labour, but the Land of Hope is Tory".
He final words: "Together we have made it this far, together we will finish what we have started and together we will build that land of opportunity".
There's the central message, "The land of despair was Labour, but the land of hope is Tory."
I'm sure everyone gets the rhyme too. Then, to loud applause, Mr Cameron says he doesn't want another coalition.
Cameron says "we need to finish the job we have started" and that this calls for "a strong government with a clear mandate".
"When that election comes, we won’t be campaigning for a coalition, we will be fighting heart and soul for a majority," he adds.
Cameron is laying down some of his beliefs about immigration reforms:
- If you are not entitled to our free NHS you should pay for it
- If you have no right to be here you cannot rent a flat
- Immigrants fighting deportation should "do it from their own countries and not from here"
The Prime Minister says, "Let's hear it for the social workers!"
David Cameron is still a Tory moderniser.
Michael Gove is popular at the conference, but he doesn't look overwhelmingly delighted to be compared to the Duracell Bunny.
David Cameron says he has a new gesture for Ed Balls, pointing a finger skywards to demonstrate all the things that are going well in the economy.
He slightly fluffs it by then jabbing his finger downwards as he talks about some things which are supposed to be going up.
These things are tricky to get right.