The Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna has taken to the stage at the Labour conference.
He is accusing the Coalition of conducting an "irresponsible experiment with people's livelihoods," and claimed that 50 businesses a day are going bust under the current government.
He also made the day's first reference to "plebs" - the Tory chief whip Andrew Mitchell's unfortunate choice of name for a police officer - claiming that the Conservatives see people "just doing their jobs" as plebs.
The spirit of Conservative legends has been regularly evoked at Labour's party conference.
ITV News heard what voters in the marginal seat of Corby, due to hold a by-election in November, thought of Ed Miliband's speech.
There are plenty of reasons to take issue with the substance of Ed Miliband's speech this afternoon.