After trying to show some understanding of each others' position on Brexit negotiations earlier this week, the Prime Minister and the First Minister have each told their supporters about what they see as the other's failings. In Theresa May's case, she decided to follow David Cameron's example in routinely referring to the Welsh Government's running of the NHS in a a party conference speech.
Meanwhile, Carwyn Jones has followed his condemnation yesterday of the UK Government's plans to reduce the number of foreign doctors working in the NHS. In a message to Welsh Labour party members and supporters, he's accused the Tories of gutter politics.
The policies unveiled at the Conservative conference in Birmingham were also condemned in similar terms by the Plaid Cymru leader, Leanne Wood, in a joint statement with the SNP and Green Party leaders.