I know all those Labour supporters have failed to bring this up lately so i thought I would: LABOR'S business adviser Rod Eddington has refused to say if he supports the party's industrial relations policies, including the abolition of Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs). The opposition has been criticised by the Government for failing to consult Sir Rod, a former British Airways chief, before it released the policies, which are now being "finetuned". Sir Rod today refused to say if he supported the policies, which include the scrapping of AWAs and the abolition of the Office of the Australian Building and Construction Commissioner. "You can't be an adviser and a commentator," he said on ABC Radio. "You've got to decide which you are. I'm an adviser, so I'm not a commentator." Sir Rodd said he did not regret taking on his role as Labor's business adviser. Any stresses involved had been minor compared to being on duty at British Airways headquarters during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the US. "I have to say, nothing in my life has ever come close to the heartburn that goes with that, least of all what's happened here in the last month," he said.