Delivered to the Conservative conference in Birmingham (subheadings in bold).
Hammond to tell Conservative conference in Birmingham: 'When times change, we must change with them'
Prime Minister refuses not say why she sacked Mr Cameron's ally
Professor Dana Carney says original experiment on poses was flawed and unreliable
Blow to Prime Minister as key Cameron appointment walks out
Sir Alan Duncan, one of Johnson's junior ministers, revealed this week that he believes Johnson never actually wanted Leave to win in the EU referendum
George Osborne’s Northern Powerhouse has been too narrowly focused on big cities, fast trains and metro mayors. Vital as these are, they will not address the economic and social challenges raised by the Brexit vote
Former chancellor says he failed to address ‘economic insecurity’ in Britain that led to the referendum result
'The Conservatives’ record on housing is six years of failure, and in no area is this more painfully clear than homelessness'
We’re right back to where we started: home ownership remains totally out of reach to all but the highest earners with access to a huge deposit
Savers have accused the Government and banks of misleading them after it was widely understood the scheme would help first-time buyers to put down a deposit
'After all these years, I finally have a front page in the Daily Mirror worth keeping,' responds the former chancellor
The cosy arrangement between big business, Treasury and the unelected chumocracy is ending
For the first time, pensioner incomes are higher than those for working age households. And the policies May has inherited from David Cameron and George Osborne will make the generation gap even wider
Around 500,000 of England's poorest students are set to be saddled with more debt now that tuition fees have been increased to £9,250
George Osborne has left the grandeur of number 11 Downing Street and the Treasury