Tony Blair has just won a key vote in the House of Commons rejecting a sunset clause for the terrorism bill that would have seen it expire in November.
What does his insistence on not accepting a sunset clause tell us? That he thinks there's a significant chance he'd be unable to get the majority needed for an extension 8 months on...
Gives you a lot of confidence, now, doesn't it?
Update: BBC now has an article summarising the votes in House of Commons