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Cameron attacks 'Britain-hating' Corbyn in conference speech

David Cameron accused Jeremy Corbyn of having a "security-threatening, terrorist-sympathising, Britain-hating ideology" as he addressed the Conservative party conference for the first time since the party's General Election victory.

The Prime Minister also discussed segregation in Britain, the conflict in Syria and a vision for his legacy as leader, as well as outlining plans for 200,000 affordable new homes.

Mr Cameron's speech closes the four-day conference in Manchester, which has been dominated by speculation over his successor as leader.

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May: Immigration control will lead to support for refugees

The Home Secretary has said that tighter immigration controls will lead to more public support for refugees.

Speaking at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester, Thersea May said:

"Without controlled immigration there will be less public support for taking in refugees. And while we cannot solve every problem in every corner of the world...we do have a moral duty to help people in need. We should play our part."

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