Labour leader committed to 50p tax rate "for the foreseeable future".
The grim truth is that nobody in the Labour Party has any answers.
By drawing sharp divisions with the coalition while reinstating the four-year deficit-halving plan,
Alan Johnson's self-deprecating wit belies a sharp mind.
The coalition, and the cuts consensus, have to be challenged, not indulged.
Johnson, the affable former postie, stands in marked contrast to George Osborne.