Ahead of his speech to Labour's conference in Liverpool, Carwyn Jones has urged his party to stop 'the self-inflicted damage' and focus on ending uncertainty for people as Britain leaves the EU.
The First Minister has written an article for the Sunday Times giving his views on 'a weird period of politics' and urging Labour members to end the infighting that's caused so much bitterness during the leadership election campaign.
Those divisions remain, however, despite Jeremy Corbyn's overwhelming re-election with more than 60% of the votes cast.
In a change to the practice of previous years, Carwyn Jones will deliver his speech, still officially called 'the Welsh Report' in Labour conference jargon, alone and not alongside the Shadow Welsh Secretary.
Labour sources say that's to reflect the greater autonomy gained by Welsh Labour in long-awaited rule changes.
The Shadow Welsh Secretary, Paul Flynn, will still speak to the conference but in his capacity as Shadow Leader of the House.
You can read the text of Carwyn Jones' article in the Sunday Times below: