Peace in our time?
I asked you a few hours ago to read a statement from the Welsh Labour party - and asked you to concentrate on the last few words.
Here's another statement. Again: keep going until the last few words.
STATEMENT FROM THE FIRST MINISTER AND DEPUTY FIRST MINISTER
The Assembly Government once again reaffirms its commitment to the One Wales agreement in relation to a referendum on Part Four powers.
Both parties recognise the difficulties which would be created for a purposeful and united 'Yes' campaign, if that were attempted to be held during the run up to a General Election.
Both recognise that a successful 'Yes' campaign will rest on mobilising support from all political Parties in Wales, and from those who have no political affiliation.
Otherwise, all options for the timing of a referendum remain open. Nothing has been ruled in or ruled out, including, if it proved practical, a referendum in the autumn.
The mood downstairs amongst Labour Assembly Members? That Rhodri Morgan has had a bad day, one where he was seen to be wriggling even when all wiggle room had gone, one that has ended with a hastily penned statement that essentially says: I didn't really mean it.
Will Peter Hain, who is in Cardiff Bay tomorrow, say the same?