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Our guess includes the following: Macbook Pro, iPhone, Coffe, Guitar, Junk food and, of course, Twitter.For anything that you have in mind, please drop a comment.

311 Responses to “Things you can’t live without”

  1. danyb says:

    nice

  2. ben says:

    Starbucks coffe, Kindle, Mackbook pro, free Beer and Coda

  3. roger says:

    Mackbook pro, Condoms, Beer

  4. negush says:

    MacBook Pro, Pepsi, the great outdoors and music

  5. negush says:

    oh… and free Internet :D

  6. Ncu says:

    Women anyone?! :D

  7. id says:

    Pepsi, Video Games, 8 + hours of sleep.

  8. demiurgu says:

    xbox :P , mouse, Pepsi, YouTube, YMessenger, sneakers…

  9. demiurgu says:

    women ? what’s that ? :) )

  10. codruta says:

    chocolate, pen and paper, music, internet connection, movies

  11. Darius says:

    Whoa, this is fun! Let’s see:

    1. Darjeeling Black Tea/Arabica Coffee
    2. Deezer
    3. Google Reader
    4. A working PC or, if that’s not possible, a Mac will do.
    5. Photoshop
    6. Nikon
    7. AdFreak
    8. Cooking
    9. Cat & Girlfriend (!!)
    10. Red wine

  12. danyb says:

    Iphone, internet, bass quitar & music…

  13. Alice says:

    internet, tea, coffe, sweets, music, google (search, reader, alerts, mail, etc)

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  15. greg says:

    It’s posts like this that make me wish for the speedy arrival of the Apocalypse.

    If this is what’s most important in life, kill us all now.

  16. Kevin says:

    A pencil and paper.

  17. Blake says:

    music, humor, food, water, yerba mate, exercise, color, invention, ableton live and the sun.

  18. Sherwin says:

    Internet, twitter, ginger tea, corned beef, my computer and adobe products

  19. MM says:

    2A (Adobe & Apple)

  20. Berfie says:

    Sketchbook, pencils, erasers, nice seat, camera, clothes, a shelter during wet weather, food with coke/pepsi/juice/water (lots of it to replenish those burnt brain juices).

  21. hmm. my panton solid chips, spyder, adobe, lots of coffee and a lot of expencive supernice fonts. yes. fonts are one of the most important things for me.

    ;)

    and your components of course

  22. Michael says:

    A Blender, Cable TV and Kaleidoscope

  23. Craig Paterson says:

    Let me think… my iMac Core 2 Duo, iTunes, broadband internet, plenty external HD space for backups (can never have too many backups), Adobe CS4, strong coffee, running with iPod touch and Nike +, my wife, beer/wine, chocolate and Jumpeye Components of course.

  24. jcmoreno says:

    iPhone, internet, chocolate, macbook pro, ps3…

  25. chiara says:

    internet
    facebook
    the phone
    my motorcycle
    ctrl+z
    sigarettes+coffee

  26. angeloff says:

    Coffee , more coffee … no sleep , free internet vodka & khaula…. real notebook and pan :)

  27. vickydbz says:

    My Sonny Ericsson w595,
    AMD 64 X2,
    Sensheisser Headphone,
    Photoshop,
    Flash,
    Dreamweaver CS3,
    Pump It Up Arcades songs,
    Kuler.adobe.com,
    SketchUp,
    Facebook…

  28. Ralev says:

    Laptop, google, watching movies, wacom tablet, digital camera.. and drinking beer with friends :)

  29. shimaa gamal says:

    1-idea
    2-decent hours of sleeping
    3-hot drink (yansoun or kerfa)
    4-Adobe all around me (installed on my hard)
    5-www.sxc.hu (for the assets)
    6-my brushes & fonts if working wiz photoshop
    7-paper & pencil if something came up
    8-after finishing i need people to take their opinion probably my sister..
    ..creativity never sleeps

  30. coffee
    Adium
    Skype
    Cigs
    Stumbleupon
    Cheese

  31. Michele Dall'Ora says:

    Mac Book Pro

  32. Michele Dall'Ora says:

    Adium
    Facebook
    Ipod

  33. ela says:

    From the material point of view : books, pencil and paper,music and my toothbrush
    From spiritual point of view: faith in God, optimism and the capacity of being happy from small thinks

  34. ODWGOOG says:

    Without Google, the creative process is much harder. I prefer in this way, the tools are not important, either the OS-s. All is matter is how much I’ll like my works in the next morning or after 10 years. That is the process…

  35. catseye says:

    My classic BMW project car and my tenor sax

  36. iphone/ipod/portable music player, good headphones, a good soundtrack!

  37. bicho says:

    internet, google, youtube, diet coke , coffe, camel, music, my brushes and fonts, Adobe, pen, food, speed,

  38. moimoi says:

    i cant live without my:
    1. brain – my tool to think
    2. heart – passion for everything i love doing
    3. spirit – gives me hope to pursue my dream
    4. music – gives me life at home and at work
    5. my guitar – if i have nothing else to do i’ll sing to you
    6. my pen/wacom – a tool to express myself
    7. my sketch pad – a peace of paper to draw and write lyrics
    8. my mirror – to watch the devil and angel arguing on my shoulders clearly.
    9. my favorite shirt – that says “i eat when im hungry”
    10. And my family and friends – those who believe in me!

    yep..

  39. Alphamax says:

    1. My Phone
    2. Computer
    3. Caffeine
    4. Xbox 360
    5. Nephew’s & Nieces
    6. Google
    7. Adobe
    8. Internet
    9. RSS Feeds
    10. Wife

  40. liquid shadow says:

    phone, keys, internet, sun

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  43. Philip says:

    good sleep,
    junk food,
    water,
    electricity,
    internet,
    Macbook PRO,
    Adobe Master Collection CS4,
    good music,
    iPhone,
    and of course jumpeye components – for speed.

  44. Boutolliz says:

    Bier.

  45. Max says:

    SNEAKERS, facebook, mtv, google, firefox, ps, fresh fruits, wiki.

  46. walhallyus says:

    job :(

  47. Demiurgu says:

    Love

  48. Demiurgu says:

    and a plumber

  49. purab says:

    coke/pepsi/
    cell phones.

  50. danyb says:

    google reader

  51. colin says:

    actually you could live without most of the things(>95%) posted above

  52. lulu says:

    my bike :) )

  53. john says:

    iphone

  54. danyb says:

    firefox and google

  55. adriana says:

    - my family
    - my pillow
    - a great book
    - my cd’s or my ipod
    - celphone
    - laptop

  56. Girlfriend
    Laptop
    Itunes
    Pisco Sour
    Photoshop
    Ilustrator
    Flash
    Dream Weaver
    Pink Floyd
    Genesis
    Dream Theater
    The Police
    my jeans
    Chanchamayo´s coffee
    my Lucky strike cigars
    my pills

  57. Derekp says:

    I think i’ve seen this somewhere before…but it’s not bad at all

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  60. Zjaz says:

    Which song did you use in your edit?

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  61. coffeemakers says:

    money, women and wine :) no seriously – starbucks coffee, my coffee maker

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In a nutshell, what has to happen is that: Libya provides an example of a country that made a sudden decision to abandon its chemical stockpile, sign-up to the CW Convention and then set about the process of dismantling and destruction. In broad terms things went relatively smoothly, though progress was interrupted and ultimately delayed for months by the war that ousted Col Muammar Gaddafi – causing shortages of spare parts for the plant and the trashing of living quarters for inspectors and so on. Unprecedented Some useful lessons were learnt. But fundamentally Syria presents very different and unprecedented problems. For the OPCW and the international community as a whole, this would be a leap into the unknown. First, the scale of the problem. Syria has probably the largest active chemical munitions stockpile in the world. Intelligence provided by the French government suggests there is something in the order of 1,000 tonnes of agent in total: a mix of sulphur mustard, VX and sarin. US sources suggest that there are at least 20 sites of interest – possibly considerably more. Some, like a plant near Safira in northern Syria, are very close to contested areas. The context in Syria is far from benign. A full-scale civil war is raging. There are groups who would love to get their hands on chemical stocks and who would have no interest in making the international community’s disarmament effort go smoothly. Then there is the nature of the Syrian regime itself: secretive, in many ways fighting for its survival. Access For Syria to sign up on the dotted line is relatively easy. The instrument of accession to the Chemical Weapons Convention needs to be signed – probably by President Bashar al-Assad himself; it is then deposited and some 30 days later Syria is a fully-fledged member of the treaty. But then the whole declaration, verification and inspection process begins. That could take months, raising all sorts of questions. How far can the Assad regime’s declarations be trusted? Would they provide full access to facilities and stockpiles? What about access to any other sites that intelligence suggested were linked to the chemical programme? And who would guarantee the safety of inspectors? The problems are immense. This even before the gathering of munitions in secure locations or any thoughts of actual destruction. This proposed deal, in the words of one leading weapons expert, is “deceptively attractive”. It may just get President Obama off a hook of his own making: if it genuinely pushes Syria down the road towards verifiable chemical disarmament it will help to establish a powerful precedent, that “you use chemical weapons and you lose them”. Mr Obama is no doubt hoping that a serious diplomatic effort now will enable him to rally support for military action later on if the disarmament effort stalls or collapses altogether.1 October 2013Last updated at 14:45 GMT Dave Lee Travis charged with two further indecent assault counts Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis has been charged with two counts of indecent assault in addition to 12 charges he already faces. The 68-year-old is accused of assaulting a woman aged over 16 between 1 January 1992 and 31 December 1993. Mr Travis, of Mentmore, Bucks – whose real name is David Patrick Griffin – will appear on bail at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 3 October. He already faces 11 indecent assault charges and one of sexual assault. He has indicated he will plead not guilty to the first 12 charges. He appeared in court at the Old Bailey on 6 September in relation to these counts. Mr Travis, a Radio 1 presenter between 1968 and 1993, was first charged on 15 August as part of Operation Yewtree, an investigation into historical claims of sexual offences linked to the entertainment industry. Nine female complainants At his last court appearance, he was released on bail on condition that he lives at his home and does not contact the alleged victims. The existing allegations date from 1977 to 2007 and relate to nine female complainants aged between 15 and 29 at the time. A trial date for these charges has been set for 4 March 2014. The trial is expected to last four to five weeks. Mr Travis was charged with the latest two counts of indecent assault when he attended a police station by appointment, Scotland Yard confirmed. Operation Yewtree was launched in the wake of sexual offence allegations against ex-TV presenter and Radio 1 DJ Jimmy Savile. The operation has three strands. One is looking specifically at the actions of Savile and the second strand concerns allegations of sexual offences against “Savile and others”. Mr Travis’s arrest falls within a third strand, relating to allegations against other people unconnected to the Savile investigation.3 October 2013Last updated at 10:04 GMT Dave Lee Travis in court on two new sex charges Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis has appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court to face two further sexual offence charges. Mr Travis, 68, of Mentmore, Bucks, is alleged to have indecently assaulted a woman aged over 16 between 1 January 1992 and 31 December 1993. These are in addition to 12 counts he already faces. Mr Travis, who has indicated he will contest all charges, spoke to confirm his name, address and date of birth. He previously appeared in court to face 12 charges, which are said to have taken place between 1977 and 2007 against nine alleged victims aged between 15 and 29. Leaving the court in central London, Mr Travis, whose real name is David Patrick Griffin, did not make any comment to reporters. Released on bail Mr Travis was first arrested in November 2012 and charged on 15 August as part of Operation Yewtree, the police investigation which followed the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal, but the accusations against him are not connected with the disgraced ex-DJ and TV presenter. He was charged with the two fresh counts on 1 October. Mr Travis was released on bail following an appearance at the Old Bailey on 6 September on condition that he lives at his Buckinghamshire home and does not contact the alleged victims. Mr Justice Sweeney adjourned the case for a plea and case management hearing on 21 October and fixed a trial date for 4 March 2014. Mr Travis faces the following counts:17 May 2013Last updated at 16:05 GMT David Beckham’s career in numbers As David Beckham announces his retirement from professional football, we look at his career in statistics and images. Trend it like Beckham: his look on and off the pitchGolden touch: Silverware won with Beckham on the teamBrand Beckham David Beckham’s annual earnings far exceeded his sizeable salary, with a vast proportion coming from endorsements with major global brands such as Adidas and Pepsi Cola. Along with his pop star-turned-fashion designer wife Victoria, he has amassed an estimated fortune of ?200m in property and business ventures.1 October 2013Last updated at 16:09 GMT David Cameron – how many cuts? Is the Tory prescription for the nation’s economic health another dose of austerity? That is the question David Cameron faced on the morning after the promise before, a promise that in future government will spend less than it taxes, a promise which friend and foe alike have seen as likely to lead to seven more years of cuts. This is what the prime minister said when I spoke to him: “No, It doesn’t necessarily mean that. We’ve set out our spending plans for 2015/ 16 and the spending totals for the following two years. “What it means is not further cuts over and above that necessarily, but it means you couldn’t possibly go on a spending splurge once you’ve done the difficult work and it wouldn’t be right for the country to do so.” He insists that his and George Osborne’s plan is common sense and not ideology. “If you’ve had overdraft after overdraft year after year, it matters that in the good years you start putting some money aside for potentially rainy days that might lie a long way ahead.” I pointed out that no previous chancellor, no previous Conservative PM has promised a budget surplus year in year out precisely because it could lead to cuts in public spending. He replied that: “If economy continues to grow, if tax revenues increase and if unemployment falls, there would be money to spend on other departments. But I’m not arguing this is an easy choice. It’s a difficult choice.” In other words he hopes that higher tax receipts and lower welfare bills will mean that the Treasury does not have to raid one Whitehall department’s budget to subsidise increases in another. “Obviously you have to make the decisions about what you do with each department but we’ve demonstrated in government that you can make reductions but improve services. “Here we’ve cut police budgets by 20%, but crime has fallen and policing is very visible. “So I don’t accept we should measure how effective government is by how much money it spends. We should measure government by what results it gets.” I also asked him why he was subsidising the mortgage of someone who could afford a ?600,000 house – a subsidised loan worth the cost of an entire house in some parts of Manchester; why he was in favour of interfering in the housing market and not the energy market and about Boris Johnson and Ed Miliband’s row with the Daily Mail. (You can watch the interview at the top of this page)29 September 2013Last updated at 17:13 GMT David Cameron brings forward Help to Buy scheme A controversial scheme allowing people across the UK to take out 95% mortgages will be launched next week – three months earlier than planned. PM David Cameron made the announcement as the Conservatives gathered in Manchester for their annual conference. He rejected fears the Help to Buy scheme will fuel a housing bubble. He told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show the market was “recovering from a very low base” and first-time buyers needed help to get on the housing ladder. “As prime minister I am not going to stand by while people’s aspirations to get on the housing ladder are being trashed.” He added: “If we don’t do this it will only be people with rich parents to help them who can get on the housing ladder – that is not fair, it is not right.” ‘Trust’ He rejected concerns – raised by Business Secretary Vince Cable among others – of an unsustainable boom in house prices, particularly in the south-east of England. The prime minister urged people to “trust” the Bank of England, which has been given an enhanced role in monitoring the effect of the scheme on prices. And he said mortgage-lenders, including the Halifax, RBS and Nat West, had already signed up to it. Some of the UK’s biggest lenders – HSBC, Santander, Nationwide and Barclays – have yet to decide whether to take part, the banks told the BBC. Mr Cameron also used his Andrew Marr interview to stress that there would be no “mansion tax” if he his prime minister after the next election, making it clear that this would be a so-called “red line” – a point he would refuse to concede – in coalition negotiations. A property tax on more valuable homes – known as a mansion tax – is a key demand of the Liberal Democrats. Meanwhile, outside the conference against government austerity policies, particularly those affecting the NHS. Greater Manchester Police described it as one of the largest protests they had ever policed. In other developments: Mr Cameron admitted to mistakes in the way the government handled the gay marriage issue, saying: “I don’t think I expected quite the furore that there was.” He said he understood and respected people’s difficulties with the policy and said the government had failed to convey the fact the policy would not affect what happened in churches, mosques and synagogues. ‘Build more homes’ The Conservatives will use their week in Manchester to unveil a series of policies aimed at showing they are “on the side of hard working people”. Other policy announcements are set to include a crackdown on welfare payments and an expansion of free schools. Labour extended its lead in the opinion polls after announcing at its conference last week that it would freeze energy prices and increase corporation tax to pay for a cut in business rates for small firms. Mr Cameron dismissed Labour leader Ed Miliband’s economic strategy as “nuts,” arguing that increasing tax on big business risked choking off the recovery. He said the only way to “sustainably raise living standards is to keep the recovery going, and the economy is now moving, to keep on creating jobs…to keep on cutting the deficit.” Under the first phase of the Help to Buy scheme, launched in April, the government will give homebuyers in England equity loans of up to 20% of the price of a new property worth up to ?600,000. Homebuyers need to contribute at least 5% of the property price as a deposit, with a 75% mortgage to cover the rest. Under the second phase of Help to Buy, which had been due to launch in January, the government will underwrite 15% of the value of a mortgage, allowing people to buy properties with a 5% deposit. It will apply to all home purchases in the UK of up to ?600,000. Applications for loans from the scheme will now be brought forward to the week beginning 7 October but the loans will not be paid out until 1 January. Anyone hoping to complete on their home purchase using the second phase of Help to Buy before 2014 will not be able to. ‘Less than responsible’ Adam Marshall, of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: “With all the concern expressed about Help to Buy – rushing into it seems less than responsible on part of government.” House prices rose at their fastest rate in more than six years in September, according to property analysts Hometrack. Labour said the government needed to build more houses to ease shortages. “Unless David Cameron acts now to build more affordable homes, as Labour has urged, then soaring prices risk making it even harder for first time buyers to get on the housing ladder,” said Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls. “You can’t deal with the cost of living crisis without building more homes, so it’s no wonder that for millions of families this is no recovery at all. It comes as a poll of more than 1,400 Conservative councillors in England and Wales for BBC One’s Sunday Politics suggested nearly a quarter would support an electoral pact with the UK Independence Party (UKIP) at the next general election. A Tory source said: “80% of our councillors didn’t respond to this survey so it’s hardly representative. It should be taken with a large pinch of salt.” The conference opened on Sunday with a tribute to former Prime Minster Baroness Thatcher, who died aged 87 in April. It will close with Mr Cameron’s keynote speech on Wednesday.1 February 2013Last updated at 19:18 GMT David Cameron calls on UN to end ‘extreme poverty’ David Cameron has told a UN meeting in Liberia that “eradicating extreme poverty” should be the focus of a new set of international development goals. The British PM was co-chair of the panel, which met on Friday to discuss new targets to replace the millennium development goals which expire in 2015. Mr Cameron said the UN must focus on ending poverty factors, including “corruption [and] lack of justice”. If agreed later this year, the new pledges will run until 2030. Mr Cameron – who chaired the high-level panel jointly with Liberian president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and Indonesia’s Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono – said the north African country had been “absolutely devastated by conflict and civil war”. But he insisted more than just financial aid was required to lift countries in a similar situation out of poverty. ‘Rule of law’ Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Mr Cameron said: “[Liberia] is now recovering but there is still desperate poverty… one in 10 children do not make it to the age of five. “It is important we look at those things that keep countries poor. Conflict, corruption, lack of justice, lack of the rule of law. These things matter as well as money.” During the press conference, the Prime Minister was also forced to defend his commitment to dedicate 0.7% of British gross domestic product to foreign aid. Mr Cameron has pledged to protect the international development budget but conceded on Thursday that the UK defence budget could be cut further in 2015-16. He said: “I am proud of the fact that Britain has kept its promises. We will achieve 0.7% of our gross national income in aid as promised. And I am proud to be the PM who has helped deliver that.” The GDP commitment has yet to be enshrined in law. UN goals The millennium development goals, designed to be completed by 2015, are pledges by UN member countries to increase living standards in poorer parts of the world. The first of the targets – halving poverty among some of the very poorest – has been achieved, due largely to big increases in income in recent years in China and India. But attempts to reach other goals have been less successful. Mr Cameron was selected by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon as joint chair the meeting. The next set of UN goals will be drafted with input from charities and advocacy groups. More than 60 groups were in the Liberian capital Monrovia – where the meeting took place – to air their views. Earlier, Mr Cameron visited the Anna F Whisnant elementary school with President Sirleaf. He said many of the children he spoke to in the playground “wanted to be doctors, lawyers and even government ministers. “If you ask children in the UK, all they want to be is pop stars and footballers,” he joked. The next meeting will be in Indonesia. followed by a final gathering in New York in May – where the findings will be presented to Ban Ki Moon.2 October 2013Last updated at 14:14 GMT David Cameron: Labour’s the point Elections are won by the party that defines the question. That is an essential truism of politics and it explains what David Cameron was trying to do today. Labour want the choice at the 2015 general election to be between which party can best help voters with the cost of living. The economy may be growing but only Labour, so their argument goes, can best ensure that the benefits will be shared fairly. Thus higher taxes on big business to help small business. Thus fewer profits for energy firms and cheaper bills for consumers. And only Labour, so the rhetoric goes, can make Britain better. Today the prime minister challenged that analysis. He wishes the election to be a question over which party can best secure the recovery and offer the best vision for the future. Let’s stick with it, he said, and finish the job we have started. The Tories will support business in a way Labour would not. Profit is not a dirty word. No gimmicks, no quick fix, he said, just more hard work. Being deliberately cautious, he said it was not job done but job begun. And he went further. The Conservatives, he said, were not just trying to fix the economy, dreaming of decimal points and dry fiscal plans. He said they want to do more than clear up the mess they believe was left by Labour. They also want to support aspiration, creating what he calls a land of opportunity, helping people to get a job through their welfare reforms, to “rise up and succeed” with their education changes, and grow their businesses by keeping interest rates low. It was an echo of much of what Mr Cameron said in his conference speech last year. Relentless critique There was little new policy apart from the idea that unemployment benefit might be docked from the under 25s unless they are in education, training, work or an apprenticeship. But perhaps what was most surprising was the relentless critique of Labour. Mr Cameron referred to his opponents twenty five times, more than any other of his themes or lines. The prime minister mocked his Liberal Democrat coalition colleagues just once, briefly and gently, and did not mention UKIP once, despite it being the talk of many fringes here in Manchester. Instead, Mr Cameron attacked Labour’s record in office and what he sees as its failure to understand what is wrong with Britain today and what the country needs for the future. Let me give you a flavour of some of the attack, just to get a sense of how much time he devoted to Labour: “We are clearing up the mess that Labour left.” “Who protected spending on the NHS? Not Labour – us. Who presided over Mid Staffs??patients left for so long without water, they were drinking out of dirty vases…people’s grandparents lying filthy and unwashed for days. Who allowed that to happen? Yes, it was Labour…” “The casino economy meets the welfare society meets the broken education system… country for the few built by the so-called party of the many??and Labour: we will never let you forget it.” ‘Fantasy land’ “We still haven’t finished paying for Labour’s Debt Crisis. If anyone thinks that’s over, done, dealt with – they’re living in a fantasy land. This country’s debt crisis, created by Labour, is not over.” “Labour have stopped talking about the debt crisis and now they talk about the cost of living crisis. As if one wasn’t directly related to the other. If you want to know what happens if you don’t deal with a debt crisis….and how it affects the cost of living…..just go and ask the Greeks.” “To abandon deficit reduction now would throw away all the progress we’ve made. It would put us back to square one. Unbelievably, that’s exactly what Labour now want to do. “How did they get us into this mess? Too much spending, too much borrowing, too much debt. And what did they propose last week? More spending, more borrowing, more debt. They have learned nothing – literally nothing – from the crisis they created.” “Last week Labour proposed to put up corporation tax on our biggest and most successful employers. That is just about the most damaging, nonsensical, twisted economic policy you could possibly come up with.” “We’ve heard Labour’s ideas to help with the cost of living. Taxes on banks they want to spend ten times over. Promising free childcare – then saying that actually, you’ve got to pay for it. An energy promise they admitted 24 hours later they might not be able to keep. It’s all sticking plasters and quick fixes… cobbled together for the TV cameras. Red Ed and his Blue Peter economy.” “The land of despair was Labour…but the land of hope is Tory.” Political weather Now many in Labour take it as a compliment that Mr Cameron felt the need to make so much of his speech a response to what Ed Miliband said last week at his conference. They see it as Labour making the political weather, forcing Mr Cameron to sing to their tune rather than set his own agenda. They say the one thing that people will remember from this conference season is their promise to freeze energy bills. And they note, too, there were no claims that Mr Miliband is weak, until now a familiar Tory refrain. But Conservatives dispute that analysis. They say that Tory leaders always respond to their Labour counterparts because of chronology, their conferences by convention follow Labour’s. They say that they are responding to Labour because they now have a target, what they see as a left wing set of socialist proposals, something they can push back against. And they also note that they are not responding in kind with what they describe as a short term gimmick to match Mr Miliband’s energy price freeze. That is not to say the Conservatives will not match Mr Miliband’s price freeze. They will but they do not feel the need to do so now. One very senior Tory minister told me that what Labour has done is what oppositions always do and that is defining a problem. But, he said, only governments can actually affect solutions. So he said we should expect some kind of energy price cut, funded by a reduction in renewable subsidies, before the election, And that is the point. Voters may support the party they think best placed to secure the recovery. But they also might want to support they party they think will most likely keep their bills down.1 October 2013Last updated at 14:42 GMT David Cameron reveals love of bread-making David Cameron has revealed that he fits in time between his prime ministerial duties to make bread for his children. The Conservative leader expressed his “delight” at creating the occasional granary loaf using a labour-saving electric bread-maker. The subject came up during an interview when the PM was unable to give the price of a “value sliced white loaf”. Mr Cameron told LBC 97.3 that, rather than go to the shops, he liked a baking smell to “waft” through his kitchen. Questions about the costs of everyday goods – groceries in particular – are often fired at politicians to test how in touch they are with ordinary people’s lives. ‘North of a pound’ Speaking on BBC Two’s Newsnight on Monday, London Mayor Boris Johnson incorrectly suggested a pint of milk came to about 90p – the true figure is usually about half that. On LBC, presenter Nick Ferrari asked the prime minister how much a typical supermarket value loaf of sliced white bread costs. Mr Cameron replied: “I don’t buy the value sliced loaf. I’ve got a bread-maker at home which I delight in using and it turns out in all sorts of different ways. “But you can buy a loaf in the supermarket for well north of a pound.” The radio host said the actual figure was about 47p. Mr Cameron added: “I’m trying to get my children to eat the sort of granary. And they take it actually. They like my homemade bread.” The prime minister then went on to plug a brand of flour made in his parliamentary constituency of Witney, in Oxfordshire. He added: “You set the timer [of the bread-maker] overnight so when you wake up there is this wonderful smell wafting through your kitchen. It takes 30 seconds to put in the ingredients.” Home baking has become more fashionable in recent years, with BBC Two’s The Great British Bake-Off attracting millions of viewers. Mr Cameron’s wife Samantha held a cake sale to raise money for BBC’s Comic Relief in March.2 October 2013Last updated at 20:26 GMT David Cameron suggests cutting benefits for under-25s David Cameron has suggested benefits paid to people under the age of 25 could be cut in an effort to reduce long-term worklessness. In his speech to the Conservative conference, the prime minister promised to “nag and push and guide” young people away from a life on the dole. It was later confirmed that the government is reviewing policies for 16 to 25-year-olds. But Labour accused the Conservatives of a “desperate” lack of ideas. In his speech, Mr Cameron promised to create a “land of opportunity” by boosting business and reducing reliance on benefits. He also vowed to improve the education system and told party activists that there was still much work to do to fix the economic “mess” left by Labour. ‘Bold action’ The from the Department of Work and Pensions showed 1.09 million people between the ages of 16 and 24 were not in work, education or training. The problem has proved stubbornly hard to tackle across Europe, with rates of youth unemployment soaring above 50% in Spain. Mr Cameron argued that action was needed in the UK, saying: “There are still over a million young people not in education, employment, or training. “Today it is still possible to leave school, sign on, find a flat, start claiming housing benefit and opt for a life on benefits. It’s time for bold action here.” He promised the Conservatives would consider, as they write their manifesto for the 2015 general election, whether “that option should really exist at all”. A Conservative source has told the BBC the manifesto will definitely contain a commitment to end the automatic entitlement to housing benefit for the under-25s, as suggested previously by Mr Cameron. In his speech, the prime minister criticised reliance on benefits, saying: “Instead we should give young people a clear, positive choice: Go to school. Go to college. Do an apprenticeship. Get a job. “But just choose the dole? We’ve got to offer them something better than that.” ‘Dunt’ He added: “And let no one paint ideas like this as callous. Think about it: with your children, would you dream of just leaving them to their own devices, not getting a job, not training, nothing? “No – you’d nag and push and guide and do anything to get them on their way?? and so must we. So this is what we want to see: everyone under 25 – earning or learning.” During the week-long conference in Manchester, the Conservatives have announced plans to make the long-term unemployed undertake work placements if they want to continue receiving benefits. Mr Cameron did not set out any specific changes regarding under-25s during his 50-minute speech, but Education Secretary Michael Gove offered more detail when questioned on BBC Radio 4′s The World at One. He announced that Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood was already reviewing the policies in place. He is expected to report his findings by the end of the year. Mr Gove said: “It is always going to be the case that there are some people for whom you need not so much a nudge as a dunt (a firm blow or stroke) towards the workplace. “It’s important also that we all recognise that welfare is there explicitly to help those people through hard times that it shouldn’t become habituated.” He said he would not pre-empt the policy review, adding: “I don’t think any of us would want to take away any form of necessary support to young or old vulnerable people.” ‘Suffering’ However, unions warned that any cut in benefits would hurt the worst-off. TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady said: “Given the government’s awful track record of helping young people find jobs, the prime minister’s threat to ban the dole for under-25s will simply push hundreds of thousands of young people, including those with young families, even deeper into poverty. “Young people suffered most in the recession. Today the prime minister has pledged that they will suffer most during the recovery too.” The general secretary of the University and College Union, Sally Hunt, said: “What we need is a real plan at local and national level which provides sustainable and secure employment opportunities for young people and access to education which is useful and mind-broadening. “Cheap headlines about lazy youngsters or cutting their benefits are no substitute for a strategy which is on the side of young people and allows them to realise their potential.” A Labour spokesperson said: “This is an empty and a desperate attempt to distract from the fact that there was absolutely nothing in David Cameron’s speech to deal with the cost-of-living crisis facing families. “If the Conservatives really wanted to get young people off benefits, they’d be backing Labour’s youth jobs guarantee, giving young people who’ve been out of work for over a year a job they must take or lose benefits.”2 October 2013Last updated at 16:03 GMT David Cameron: We’re building land of hope and opportunity David Cameron vowed to get behind business to create a “land of opportunity for all”, in his big speech to close the Conservative conference. His 50-minute address sought to set out dividing lines with “the 1970s-style socialism” he said Labour now offered. He claimed the economy was “turning the corner” and the “land of hope is Tory”, while “the land of despair was Labour”. Mr Cameron also hinted that benefits for under-25s could be cut in an effort to get more young people into work. But Labour said the prime minister had failed to address the “cost-of-living crisis” and offered a land of opportunity “for just a privileged few”. ‘Nag and push’ During the 50-minute speech, Mr Cameron contrasted his own party’s philosophy with that of the opposition, saying: “If Labour’s plan for jobs is to attack business, ours is to back business.” He criticised Labour leader Ed Miliband, who promised in his end-of-conference address last week to freeze energy prices and increase corporate tax on big firms, telling Tory activists that “profits, tax cuts and enterprise… are not dirty, elitist words”. Mr Cameron argued that adding more state borrowing and spending to ease the “cost-of-living crisis” would risk putting the UK on the economic trajectory of Greece. “It’s all sticking plasters and quick fixes cobbled together for the TV cameras – Red Ed and his Blue Peter economy, ” said the prime minister. Earlier in the week, Chancellor George Osborne announced plans to make the long-term unemployed undertake work placements if they want to continue receiving benefits. In his speech, Mr Cameron did not make any specific policy announcements, but suggested his party was looking at further changes to the welfare system to include in its manifesto for the 2015 general election. It was wrong that young people could “choose the dole” and right to “offer them something better”. Mr Cameron added: “And let no one paint ideas like this as callous. “Think about it: with your children, would you dream of just leaving them to their own devices, not getting a job, not training, nothing? “No – you’d nag and push and guide and do anything to get them on their way?? and so must we. So this is what we want to see: everyone under 25 – earning or learning.” ‘Stand tall’ Mr Cameron, who did not repeat previous no-notes speeches, often looked straight into the lens of the TV camera to address directly the audience outside the Manchester conference centre. The BBC’s chief political correspondent Norman Smith said it was a surprisingly sober speech in parts, with Mr Cameron stressing there was still much work to do to fix Britain’s economy. It was not enough just to clean up Labour’s “mess” and pay off the deficit, he wanted to “build something better in its place”. He added: “In place of the casino economy, one where people who work hard can actually get on; in place of the welfare society, one where no individual is written off; in place of the broken education system, one that gives every child the chance to rise up and succeed.” Mr Cameron invoked the spirit of his predecessor Margaret Thatcher, the winner of three general elections, who died earlier this year, saying she had “made our country stand tall again, at home and abroad”. He also made efforts to distance his party, and himself, from the Liberal Democrats, with whom the Tories have ruled in coalition for more than three years. He promised: “When the election comes, we won’t be campaigning for a coalition, we will be fighting heart and soul for a majority Conservative government – because that is what our country needs… “This party at its heart is about big people, strong communities, responsible businesses, a bigger society – not a bigger state.” ‘Strong message’ To cheers, Mr Cameron attacked the Lib Dems for “trying to take all the credit” for lowering the minimum earnings threshold at which people start paying income tax. He joked: “Well, memo to the Lib Dems: you lecturing us on low taxes is like us lecturing you on pointless constitutional tinkering. “We are Tories, we believe in low taxes and, believe me, we will keep on cutting the taxes of hard-working people in our country.” Mr Cameron received a standing ovation after the speech, his ninth to conference since becoming leader in 2005. But, afterwards, Labour leader Ed Miliband said the prime minister had offered nothing to address “the cost-of-living crisis facing Britain’s hard-working families”. The Lib Dems said they, not the Conservatives, had made a manifesto commitment in 2010 to raise the level at which people start paying tax to ?10,000. And UKIP leader Nigel Farage said the pro-business message conflicted with the reality that membership of the EU was costing the UK “billions in red tape and direct payments from high taxes”. But there was a more favourable response from business groups, with CBI director-general John Cridland saying the prime minister had “sent out a strong message about how vital British business is to the future prosperity of people across the UK”. Simon Walker, director-general of the Institute of Directors also welcomed the speech, but warned that firms would “be looking for him to match the sentiment with action – if tax cuts aren’t dirty, let’s have a few more of them”.2 October 2013Last updated at 12:05 GMT David Cameron: Word count reveals all Count up the repeated words and phrases in David Cameron’s conference speech and you capture what it was really about. Labour was mentioned 25 times whereas the Lib Dems just twice , the Coalition once, Nick Clegg, UKIP and Nigel Farage not at all. The prime minister wants to turn the political argument into what he calls a straight red/blue fight. His message was summed up in a single soundbite attacking “Red Ed and his Blue Peter economy …all sticking plasters and quick fixes… cobbled together for the TV cameras”. Tory market research reveals that voters are more moved by doubts about whether Labour would ever do what they promise, rather than the attacks on “a return to 1970s socialism” which moves Tory supporters, the Tory press and big business. There were 15 pleas to “finish the job.” David Cameron and George Osborne are determined to kill the idea that they think the economy is now fixed. He reminded the country that after three years of cuts the deficit was still huge. They believe that having lost the Plan A/Plan B argument Labour is trying to change the subject to a debate about living standards. They are determined to wrestle it back again. What’s described as the new Tory mission – building a “land of opportunity” – was mentioned 13 times. The party hopes that it captures an optimistic vision; their commitment to reform education and welfare as well as the economy; and their belief in helping all and not just the few. 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