It's more than a little sad to see the Labour Party getting its knickers in a twist over whether the dismal George Osborne should or should not apologise to Ed Balls over attempting to involve him in the Libor scandal.
Hapless Nick Clegg may be in danger of another kick in the teeth from the Tories tomorrow evening as the possibility looms of defeat in the vote on the coalition's timetable for its House of Lords reform Bill.
Perhaps it's the effect of two weeks of Wimbledon, but the most appropriate rejoinder to the two Eds' comments on the banks must be that associated specially with former world tennis number one John McEnroe.
Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson's demand that any police inquiry into the Bloody Sunday army massacre in Derry must include investigation of his deputy Martin McGuinness's role is par for the course.
by John Lister Health Secretary Andrew Lansley may have spoken out urging doctors not to stage their industrial action against the great pensions rip-off, but secretly he will be delighted to see press attention diverted away from the mounting chaos across the NHS.