For a time there, some people might have thought that politics was boring. But the last election, and the government since has made political argument central to our lives again ...
Crash - 20 newly elected Tory and Labour MPs announce they are to vote No on the AV referendum (here)
Bang - Former Tory Shadow Home Secretary David Davis says he'll oppose the government's tuition fees rise (here)
Wallop - Scottish LibDem MP quits the government, then he doesn't, then Radio 4 admit they've been conned by a Georgie builder (here)
As they would say in China, we live in interesting times. Of these the most significant could be Mr Davis and his opposition to fees. Will we see more Tories follow suit now? And if so, and I am not sure of the parliamentary maths here, does that put pressure on LibDems to vote in favour to ensure the bill passes?