For all Theresa May's reassuring words, on entering Downing Street for the first time as Prime Minister, a great many of us suspected, she was probably all mouth and no trousers.
Addressing the CBI's annual conference, the Prime Minister said nothing to dispel our cynicism. Business can look forward, to the "lowest corporate tax rate in the G20", in post-Brexit Britain.
As for having workers on boards, she'll leave business to work out, what works best for them. Britain, after all, is pro-business. Come what may. Business as usual then.