The Scotsman Cartoon: Cameron at the conference

David Cameron vowed to introduce English votes for English laws on the back of handing more powers to Holyrood.

Illustration: Iain Green
Illustration: Iain Green

The Prime Minister opened his conference speech by talking of his “pride” in still being Prime Minister of all the UK following a No vote in the independence referendum last month.

Mr Cameron also paid tribute paid tribute to the outgoing William Hague, calling him “our greatest living Yorkshireman”.

The Prime Minister impersonated Mr Hague’s renowned Yorkshire accent and recalled how a boy who had a record collection consisting of one Dire Straits album and dozens of Winston Churchill speeches rose through the ranks in politics.