In all the sound and fury of yesterday's events one thing got overlooked about the day's procedings in Westminster, which was a comment that David Cameron made at the Hammersmith meeting I blogged on here was brought up at Prime Minister's Questions yesterday. A young man asked Cameron towards the end of the event what his stance was on Educational Maintenance Allowance and whether he would support its continuation. Cameron basically said he didn't know, saying that they were lokking at it but were, in his words, "in a state of flux" on the issue.
He was of course giving a straight and probably a bit too much of an honest answer but it was thrown back at him by Gordon Brown in the House of Commons yesterday as evidence of a lack of policy on an important area. So there we are folks, we made the news!