Following today's spectacular triumph, Ed Miliband ought to use his Conference speech to promise to save what little remains of Sunday trading restrictions after Thatcher and Major, which is already declared Labour Party policy in this Parliament.
To promise to renationalise the Royal Mail, thus killing its privatisation stone dead, because no buyer would take the risk.
And to promise to take each of the rail franchises back into public ownership as it came up for renewal, thus renationalising the railways at no cost.
All while demanding a straight In-Out referendum on the day of next year's European Elections, which only the Government could deliver.
At that point, even if it were not already, as some of us maintain that is and that has now been for years, then the paleocon case for endorsing Labour at the next General Election will become unanswerable.
It will then be over to Stephen Glover, Max Hastings, Philip Johnston, Peter McKay, Peter Hitchens (who has already been on record for a year that he will endorse any party committed both to the Sunday trading point and to rail renationalisation), Tim Stanley, Freddy Gray and all the rest of them.
They have done sterling work on Syria. The electoral consequence of their position is now obvious.