The FT has a very odd comment this morning, saying:
Ed Miliband’s “One Nation” speech to the Labour conference on Tuesday was hailed as a possible turning point in the party’s relationship with business, which has, in effect, been frozen since before the last election.
Mr Miliband decision to tone down his attacks on “predatory” capitalism and focus instead on revamping Britain’s vocational training and apprenticeships won widespread backing from business.
Maybe they missed the references to "predators" and producers" and "I think people undertsand what I meant last year now".
I've not sensed the change, thankfully.