Of course, Andy Marr was right: the advice has been published (see HERE and HERE). Watch her floundering HERE 32 mins in.
She then came on Radio 5, where she refused to answer any question directly. She was asked whether she believed in a 50p tax rate but said there should be a Royal Commission on Incomes. She was asked if she wasn't ashamed that after ten years of a Labour government the poverty gap was wider than at the start. Ah, but 600,000 children have been lifted out of poverty. 'That's not what I asked you', said Julian Worricker. She kept giving a hint that she disagreed with much of what Labour did and that if you scraoed the surface you would find a redistributionist left winger underneath. I guess that was the intention.
And this afternoon she has described David Cameron as being like Paris Hilton - "shallow, drifting, weak and insubstantial". After her performances today, perhaps she ought to look in the mirror before making comments like that.