Carwyn Jones can expect an affectionate reception when he addresses the Labour conference in Liverpool.
He's about to step down as the head of the only Labour government anywhere in Britain.
Delegates are likely to cheer him when he says that Theresa May and her Government should go too because of "incompetence" over Brexit.
The First Minister will make it clear that he's not gone yet, announcing a further £6 million from the Welsh Government's EU Transition Fund to support workers at Ford in Bridgend and at Toyota and Airbus in Flintshire.
All three are major employers heavily dependent on trade with Europe. The money will be spent on additional training.
Carwyn Jones will add that it is his "first duty as First Minister" to do all he can to oppose No Deal, which he'll say would put Welsh industry at risk of "carnage".
He'll also say that the £6 million for three Welsh businesses is because he must prepare Wales for every outcome.