Welsh Secretary David Jones will tell the Conservative conference that the UK Government and the Welsh Government 'are not in competition with each other.'
It's a point he's made several times since being appointed to David Cameron's cabinet and he's expected to underline it when he speaks to delegates in Birmingham this morning.
He's expected to say that the two Governments must work together to 'rebuild the Welsh economy.'
He'll also say that won't mean not criticising the Welsh Government, which is exactly what another senior Welsh Conservative - the party's leader in the Assembly - is doing on council tax.
David Cameron has announced that there will be an extra £270m for English councils to 'freeze' council tax again next year. That'll have a knock-on effect in terms of extra money for the Welsh Government, although it's under no obligation to spend that money.
In the previous two years the Welsh Government has refused to follow suit, arguing that the extra money it received was less than needed and would have needed topping up from other budgets.
But the Conservatives' leader in the Assembly, Andrew RT Davies said:
David Jones speaks as part of a debate on the future of the union at 9am. He and Andrew RT Davies will be taking part in a Welsh fringe meeting at lunchtime.