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Will you be watching Cameron's speech?

David Cameron will give his key-note speech at the Conservative Party conference on Wednesday. Will you be watching?

David Cameron

The Conservative Party conference has begun in Birmingham.

On Monday, George Osborne addressed the conference with promises to stabilise the British economy.

David Cameron's speech is expected to outline how the party plans to weather the global economic crisis.

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