In the dying months of the Labour Government and the global financial crisis, Britain's hesitant economic recovery is rocked by a major business collapse. A single professional mother faces with horror a return to the commercial rat-race and her separated husband. A leader faces his own crisis of alcoholic hollowness and late-career impotence. A minister compromises her office as the financial crisis washes away the legacy of New Labour. The younger generation confront the moral and economic mess in which they have to construct careers.'Today I set out my vision' weaves these strands into a 45 minute radio farce, whose serious side explores the question: is there an alternative to visionary leadership?