The policy is so well thought out that even Chukka Ummuna struggled with it on Newsnight last night.
But we still face serious economic and social headwinds in the UK and so far we have had two party conference (three if UKIP counts for anything!) and what serious proposals have we had? De nada....
The LibDems - err, we have done the job of avoiding/moderating Tory excesses. Please vote for us and we will govern with whoever.
Labour's big moment and we get: price controls, shuffling business rates, land banks, bedroom tax (sic) and breakfast clubs. FFS, when will we get away from he politics of focus groups and talk about the real issues facing the UK. I pity the news and newspaper editors trying to make stories from yesterday. Paxman was positively bored. It is seriously depressing when that is the the best an opposition party can come up with.
So now we await the Tories. So who will be the conference wrecker (a la Cable, Bloom, McBride) and what focus group will they try to please? Here's hoping for something a little more profound but probably likely waiting for Godot.