The Staggers 8 October 2010 The David Cameron rap Watch: Cameron's conference speech rap. Print HTML The most surprising (and amusing) parts of David Cameron's speech were undoubtedly the two rap-like sections in which he hailed the coalition's record and attacked Labour's. It was a thinly-veiled attempt to replicate Gordon Brown's the "change we choose" riff from last year, but it failed to rouse the Tory faithful. But now, courtesy of the Guardian, we can finally hear Cameron's words set to an appropriately urban soundtrack. Now all sing along: "Police targets smashed. Immigration - capped. The third runway - stopped. Home Information Packs - dropped" Hat-tip: Guardian Politics Get your own valid XHTML YouTube embed code › Liu Xiaobo wins Nobel Peace Prize George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman. From only £1 per week Subscribe More Related articles How the shadow cabinet forced Jeremy Corbyn not to change Labour policy on Syria air strikes “They cut, we bleed”: activists Sisters Uncut protest closures of women's services How did I, obsessed with non-places, not know about the Trafford Centre?