Last Tuesday, 9 February, 53 Assembly Members voted in favour of a motion to trigger the referendum on further law making powers with no one voting against.
Most people would agree this can be regarded as a clear and unequivocal expression of the will of the National Assembly.
And yet, seven days later, Carwyn Jones still has not sent the letter to Peter Hain requesting him to draw up the Order to enable the referendum to go ahead.
Why is this? Could it be that Labour’s support for the referendum is less than fulsome?
Or is WAG short of typists?