It was the ultimate test of where you stand on the great issues of economics and society: when you found out that a few people on the €350-a-week Covid payment were actually getting more than they would for working, did you think this was a good or a bad thing?
Tomorrow, our brave golfers will be among those who are going out there, to do some of the things they used to do. A round of encouraging applause on the part of a grateful nation is surely merited, as players of all handicaps and none, prepare to make what may be the ultimate sacrifice.
Trump's new press secretary is called Kayleigh McEnany. Of course she is. From the start, the prevailing ethnic flavour of the Trump administration has been what we would in any other circumstances be pleased to describe as Irish-American.
Piers Morgan has in recent times been restoring the reputation of good old-fashioned British TV journalism. Which will immediately cause some of you to wonder how the reputation of good old-fashioned British TV journalism could have reached such a state that an intervention by Piers Morgan might conceivably restore it.
When it was announced that there would almost no sport in the world for the foreseeable future, it was clear that some of us, at least, would have to drop our 'addictions' to football and all the other recreations that consume us in the normal run of events.