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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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Questions over May's 'high immigration benefit close to zero' comments

Theresa May has claimed that "the net economic and fiscal effect of high immigration is close to zero" in her speech to the Conservative Party Conference.

Last year a report from the Office for Budget Responsibility suggested that higher net migration reduces pressure on government debt over time and tends to "produce a more beneficial picture" for the Government’s finances.

The NHS would be in "absolutely dire straits" without immigrant workers, an official from the Government spending watchdog told MPs last December.

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