Remember this? Remember the consequences? Remember the 75p increase in state pension? John Hutton (since when was he the Chancellor of the Exchequer?) has been widely reported today ruling out a rethink on the 10p tax rate.
"We are talking in the worst case scenario about half a per cent of net income being the scale of the maximum loss that someone might have," he said.
Well, that's alright then. Peasants, be grateful. Yes, that really is going to go down well on the doorstep.
UPDATE (Monday am) - According to latest reports backbench Labour MPs may have woken up. Look up the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee (full report) and PLP chair Tony Lloyd MP's contribution to the Radio 4 Westminster Hour last night. That leaves Labour Cabinet ministers in the frame.