UK Government plans for further cuts to spending on welfare have been the subject of much debate here in Birmingham and far outside the conference hall too. It's a matter of particular importance to Wales where such a high proportion of people rely on benefits.
So when I sat down with the Prime Minister I wanted to know if he acknowledged that people in Wales would suffer a bigger impact. As you'd imagine he was robust in defending the plans and said they would ultimately benefit Wales.
There was the strongest hint yet that a deal has been reached that could see the Welsh Government given borrowing powers for the first time. I understand an announcement could come within two weeks. All David Cameron would say is that he's 'confident' that progress is being made - as close as you can get short of an actual announcement.
And there was another virtual green light too for long-term plans by the Welsh Conservative Assembly leader Andrew RT Davies to see the party in Wales become more autonomous.
You can watch my interview here: