"David Cameron, leader of Britains Conservative Party and widely tipped to be the next Prime Minister, sets out his vision for Britain and its involvement in Afghanistan, if elected. During a speech to the party faithful at the Conservatives conference in Manchester, Cameron said Britain was not fighting in Afghanistan to create a perfect society. He promised to send more British soldiers to help train Afghan troops and then bring UK soldiers home. Attempting to create a vision of Britain after war, debt and recession, he said the UK faced big and urgent problems which could not be solved by individuals worrying only about themselves. The next general election is expected in the Spring of 2010, and opinon polls show Camerons Conservatives well ahead of the governing Labour Party of Prime Minister Gordon Brown. "