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Candour and ideological contrast?

The Tories are still better off with one-nation Cameron (Guardian) David Cameron’s speech was no lurch to the right, but a centrist leader’s attempt to marry market economics with social responsibility, writes Martin Kettle.

Political leaders show what they really believe (Daily Telegraph) This has been an unusual party conference, writes Peter Oborne. Leaders have emerged enhanced – with candour and ideological contrast.

Legalise drugs and you’ll save people’s lives (Times, £) If crime and contaminated supplies are taken out of the equation, the number…

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