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1 October 2010updated 27 Sep 2015 2:12am

Conservative Party conference agenda

By Staff Blogger

Sunday 3 October

14:00 A strong start – Baroness Warsi

15:30 People power and the big society – Eric Pickles, Francis Maude and William Hague

Monday 4 October

10:00 21st Century economy – Philip Hammond, David Willetts and Boris Johnson

11:30 The economy – George Osborne

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14:30 Get Britain working – Chris Grayling

15:45 Environment and climate change – Caroline Spelman and Oliver Letwin

Tuesday 5 October

10:00 Public services – Andrew Lansley and Michael Gove

11.30 Cutting crime, reforming justice – Ken Clarke and Theresa May

14.30 Reforming welfare – Iain Duncan Smith

15.45 Tackling global poverty – Andrew Mitchell

Wednesday 6 October

10:00 Defence and foreign affairs – Liam Fox, Timothy Kirkhope and William Hague

11:00 2012 Olympics – Jeremy Hunt

11:30 New politics and the devolved nations – Cheryl Gillan, Owen Paterson, Nick Bourne, Annabel Goldie and Sir George Young

14.30 Prime Minister David Cameron’s leader’s speech