In a rare joke, he said: "I admire entrepreneurs. I should do - I go to bed with one every night ... she's my wife Samantha and I'm incredibly proud of what she does."
He also claimed the Conservatives were now the party of the NHS and the "party of social justice," summing up his philosophy as "progressive ends, Conservative means".
For Labour, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Yvette Cooper said: "Cameron says he is a man with a plan. But all we got was warm words and easy populism. Where were the credible alternatives?
"In the last few weeks the world has changed. For all his talk of change David Cameron shows no sign of keeping up with events, and still offers nothing to meet the serious economic and financial challenges we face."
Yorkshire PostBernard Ingham: We need David Cameron to prove he's not just another powder puff politician DAVID Cameron should have Yorkshire in mind when he rises to close the Tory Party conference today. The stark fact is that only nine of Yorkshire's 56 MP - 29 hrs ago
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