The most unforgettable moments from the Tory party conference

The most unforgettable moments from the tory party conference

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Liz Truss concludes the Conservative party conference in Birmingham with a policy-light keynote speech which is interrupted by Greenpeace protesters and Jacob Rees-Mogg says he does not mind being called ‘Tory scum’. We look at that and other moments in the four-day event

Truss speech ends conference of pain but some Tories are too far alienated

Greenpeace protesters disrupt Truss speech for ‘U-turns’ on fracking and climate

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