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Jeremy Corbyn has hit back after David Cameron attacked the Labour leader during his speech.
Mr Corbyn said Mr Cameron is clearly "rattled" to make the "personal attacks".
The fact that David Cameron used his speech to make personal attacks on Jeremy Corbyn are a sure sign that he is rattled by the re-energisation of the Labour Party.
With cuts to tax credits and a continued failure on housing, his claim that the Conservatives are the party of working people is being exposed.
The PM has said that he will no longer allow "passive tolerance" in Britain.
He said the issue of segregation needs to be tackled.
There are parts of Britain today where you can get by without ever speaking English or meeting anyone from another culture.
Zoom in and you’ll see some institutions that actually help incubate these divisions.
He said for too long we've been "so frightened of causing offence that we haven’t looked hard enough at what is going on in our communities".
This is passive tolerance. And I’ll tell you where it leads:
To children, British children, going to Pakistan in the summer holidays, before they’ve even started their GCSEs, and forced to marry a man they’ve never met…children, British children, having their genitals mutilated, not just in a clinic in Lagos but the backstreets in Britain.
This passive tolerance has turned us into a less integrated country; it’s put our children in danger. It is unforgiveable. Let me say it right here: no more passive tolerance in Britain.
David Cameron says getting out of “ever closer union” is a priority for his EU renegotiation.
When we joined the European Union we were told that it was about going into a common market, rather than the goal that some had for “ever closer union”.
Let me put this very clearly: Britain is not interested in “ever closer union” – and I will put that right.
The PM listed Britain's achievements while being in the EU.
Believe me, I have no romantic attachment to the European Union and its institutions.