Politics 4 October 2010 Conservative party conference: in pictures Tory grandees joining the party faithful in the crowd to signal 'we're all in this together', and al Print HTML Face in the crowd: David Cameron mingles with ordinary delegates to hear a speech. George Osborne also joins regular delegates in the crowd, clearly as part of a strategy designed by the Tories to signal "we're all in this together". Right to Work campaign members, students and union members gather outside the conference venue in Birmingham to protest at public spending cuts. George Osborne poses for a photo with some fans. The now-obligatory David Cameron jogging-at-conference photograph. Amongst the more traditional merchandise on sale (think framed photographs of Mrs Thatcher), are these charming "future prime minister" baby clothes. Will Florence Cameron be pictured wearing one? The stand offering this "David's bitter" also featured a plate of jam sandwiches with little flags in featuring Ed Miliband's face and the word "jammy", and a plate of egg sandwiches with David Miliband flags described as "egg and crestfallen". › New phone-hacking questions for Coulson Caroline Crampton is assistant editor of the New Statesman. Subscribe More Related articles Tim Farron: We must not let racists hijack the EU referendum result Is the Great Fire of London a blueprint for how governments deal with disasters? Jeremy Corbyn set to win landslide victory – what now for his opponents?