One thing that is becoming clear from this conference is that the Tories are really going to concentrate on the difference between those in work and not earning very much and those out of work.
They feel that limiting people's benefits when they haven't worked is politically acceptable.
The Chancellor's surprise plan for swapping job rights for shares is praised as "innovative", but what does it mean for the average worker?
The Chancellor told the assembled delegates that they were still, "all in it together," and that he was right to cut the 50p tax rate.
The Government is to press ahead with plans to slash an extra £10 billion from the welfare budget by 2016-17, the Chancellor has said.