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What can we expect from the Conservative party conference?

Syria, intrigue and Europe, Europe, Europe

By Josh Lowe  

All eyes are about to turn to David Cameron. © David Jones/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Labour conference has ended, and Jeremy Corbyn has managed to avoid too many mishaps, a final-day row over Trident aside. As a result, for the first time since Corbyn took the leadership of his party, the public and media spotlight will fall fully on David Cameron and the Conservatives as their conference begins. 

Running from Sunday to Wednesday, the Brighton-based event…

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