You wait for an interesting political story to come along... and 17 arrive at once.
Prime minister David Cameron has delivered a speech on education in Norwich, in which he suggests that truants could cost parents their benefits.
Karl Tonks, vice-president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, highlights importance of transparency and calls for an end to unsolicited contact of injured people.
Otto Thoresen, Association of British Insurers director general, welcomes government ban on referral fees to tackle 'dysfunctional compensation system'.
Jonathan Djanogly, justice minister, pledges to go further than banning referral fees in attempt to curb 'compensation culture'.
Andy Slaughter, Labour's shadow justice minister, questions why the government ban applies to all referral fees.