Major reforms to the House of Lords, a global levy on banks and a pledge not to increase income tax have been revealed by Gordon Brown as just some of the promises he says he'll try not to keep if returned as Prime Minister.
Launching his party's manifesto in Birmingham, he told supporters and the media that if Labour's voted in on May the 6th, he'll set about keeping his promise to forget everything he says he'll do.
"I want to be crystal clear about this" he said. "We are not about doing things that will be difficult. The hardest thing a politician can do is to keep his promises. Therefore I pledge that if you let me have another go at the job, this time without voting for someone else, I promise that I can let you all down in my own right."
The plea went down well with supporters in the hall, with some activists openly weeping at the power of the Prime Minister's convictions.
"Number one in my list of priorities is for us not to increase taxation. Therefore I promise that if we're return, we'll restore the public's faith in politics by breaking that rule straight of of the gates."
In response, The Conservatives accused Labour of stealing David Cameron's policy, while Nick Clegg told anyone who'll listen that the bigger parties have been mean to him and if they're not nicer he'll take his rosette and go home,