After announcing over the summer he was abandoning the Foreign Secretaryship and the Commons at the 2015 General Election to, in truth, get a life, the gathering in Birmingham was always going to be William's swansong.
Ministers should "hold their horses" in trying to solve the issue of English votes for English laws following the Scottish independence referendum which "solved nothing", former Cabinet minister Ken Clarke has said.
GEORGE Osborne will today make a bold election pitch by announcing that potentially hundreds of thousands of Scots and millions of Britons will benefit from a decision to scrap the punitive 55 per cent tax on death charged when people pass on their pension pots to loved ones.
David Cameron has given his strongest indication yet that he could back taking the UK out of Europe as he spent the first day of his party conference battling the fallout from a defection to Ukip and the resignation of a minister over alleged "sexting".
Britain has a clear "duty" to join air strikes against Islamic State militants because of the direct threat they pose to the country, David Cameron told an emergency Commons session to approve the deployment of UK forces.
THE UN Security Council has demanded that all states make it a serious criminal offence for their citizens to travel abroad to fight with militant groups, or to recruit and fund others to do so, in a move sparked by the rise of Islamic State.
IN the exhausted aftermath of the Scottish referendum campaign, the Labour Party might have been hoping to enjoy the unseasonal Manchester sunshine but instead was faced with political dark clouds casting a number of long shadows on the delegates.
BRITAIN is set to join a coalition of Western and Arab nations in mounting airstrikes against the "vile threat" of Islamic State terrorists in Iraq after Ed Miliband made clear Labour would support the UK Government in a Commons vote tomorrow.