In concluding remarks David Cameron promised to be someone who would face up to the big challenges facing Britain. He would deliver a strong economy, good public services and bring people together. He said that he would lead a modern compassionate Conservative Party that would enter the mainstream.
David Davis says that he would be a principled champion of the victims of state failure - the pensioners, parents and patients who hadn't got a good deal from Labour. He would deliver real reforms (and with a hand movement towards Mr Cameron) not "bogus reforms".
Both said that they would serve in each other's shadow cabinets.