They say there is no rest for the wicked. Senior Conservatives must have been very, very naughty. In a week of drama, yesterday's announcements and the fall out from those announcements was, well, dramatic. May and Gove are now clearly front runners, but, after the Big Vote result last week, we've got out the prediction game. No clue what's going to happen. And that's without mentioning the Labour Party.
There was a time, and there may be a time again, when these emails were full of enlightening facts and straightforward explanations. For now, though, Mr Fact and Mrs Straightforward appear to be on holiday. I hope they have a nice time and come back soon. Maybe tanned. Here are the laws that are going on in the background this week.
This is another go at the Wales Bill started last year. It'll clarify division of powers between Assembly and Westminster, give extra powers for energy, transport and elections (I'd imagine we'll have Welsh votes for 16s soon) and gives the assembly more power over their own affairs.
This is to improve the life chances of those in care - making adoption quicker, ensuring that authorities track achievement of the adopted and those in care and to make sure all children leaving care are fully briefed on the services available to them.
It's in the Lords on Tuesday. Critics say it doesn't do anything to fix underlying issues.