Cameron enters to applause and says its an honour to stand here as your Prime Minister. Not a dead parrot or an ex-party just resting!
Cameron thanks the previous party leaders standing behind them.
Maragaret Thatchers' 85th birthday to be celebrated next week at Number 10 Downing Street.
Had growing sense on May 6th that he would not win, convinced that a coalition was the only way forward ie not a minority government. Nick Clegg gets a thank you for agreeing to go with the coalition and that the party can be really proud of what they have done.
Next May there will be a referendum on electorial reform.
Cameron lists what has been changed, abolished, scrapped in five months and suggests a lot more can be done in five years.
Cameron pays a tribute to the military, confirms that soldiers will not be in Afghanistan beyond 2015. The UK is restoring ties with old partners such as India.
The speech continues....
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