This afternoon Labour let the press know that they had a partial solution to the crisis within Labour ranks over the abolishing of the 10p tax rate.
In response to serious concerns that 5.3 million people would be worse off under these tax proposals. with the vast bulk of these being people earning less than £18,000 a year, the Labour government were going to extend the remit of an existing investigation in to poverty to look at the causes of poverty of those earning less than £18,000 each year.
So in layman's terms, due to Labour making people earning less than £18K a year poorer, Labour want to investigate why people earning less than £18K a year are poorer.
Is it me or am I missing something?
You see, I think I actually have the answer to the question and we don't need to hold any sort of enquiry or start any sort of investigation. As far as I can tell the reason these people are poorer is because of Labour's budget.