Prime Minister David Cameron took to the podium today to give his speech at the annual Conservative party conference, promising an "assault on poverty", pledging 200,000 new starter homes and attacking Jeremy Corbyn (and Richard Murphy, the man behind Corbyn's economic policy).
And Twitter has been going mad with responses, both in praise and condemnation.
Here are the nation's best responses to Cameron's first conference speech since he won a majority Conservative government….
Remember when Cameron faced Corbyn in PMQs and agreed to a new, kinder politics?
— Ethelred (@ethelreddy) October 7, 2015
Well, it seems some people don’t believe he really meant that commitment, especially after his allegation that Corbyn felt Osama Bin-Laden's death was a tragedy:
— Dom Stapleton (@DomStapleton) October 7, 2015
But some saw it another way:
I'm a Labour member and have always voted labour yet i agreed with David Cameron speech. Labour should be afraid very afraid #CPC15
— AR Khan (@AkRaza29) October 7, 2015
Another group of people interpreted the speech in an entirely different way:
David Cameron is now the leader of the British left.
— Dan Hodges (@DPJHodges) October 7, 2015
Though, that may just have been one man:
David Cameron is the leader of the British Left in the same universe in which I am a flying unicorn.
— rida (@RidaVaquas) October 7, 2015
Meanwhile, some just felt a bit nauseous:
Also did the prime minister really just make a sex joke? Ew, dude.
— James Ball (@jamesrbuk) October 7, 2015