Tory Politico publishes a word cloud for David Cameron's conference speech here.
It's inconceivable that any mainstream conservative politician of the Thatcher/Reagan generation would make a major portfolio policy speech without mentioning a certain abstract noun which is one of several necessary conditions for civilised life.
Just try your browser's 'find' facility and search Mister Cameron's speech for the tiny little word that no longer fits into the Tory leader's speechifying to his party faithful.
(Hint, it's the particular virtue of civil society that put Spitfires into the air and sometimes led them to the bottom of the Channel in the 1940s, along with numerous other non-risk-assessed, non-focus group recommended activities for large numbers of young people in various generations over the centuries.)
Well, I guess that just about wraps it up for the Conservative Party for a while.