The party will also use the conference to attack Jeremy Corbyn and claim that Labour, under his leadership, is a threat to economic, national and family security.
Ministers will also pitch the Conservatives as the party of opportunity, aiming their message at people who work hard and want to succeed.
The party’s stability story will centre on the continuation of its goals, following the end of the coalition Government in May and its aim to reduce state spending on welfare.
PRWeek also understands that the Chancellor, George Osborne, will make a major announcement in his speech on Monday.
The mood among delegates is likely to be upbeat as they go into the party’s inaugural conference since winning the election, the party’s first majority in 23 years.
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