...for one or two people, I should imagine, given that the information tribunal has demanded that the Foreign Office hand over the first draft of the Iraq WMD Dossier .
Luckily (or not), it wasn't a slow news day or this might have received a little bit more attention than it has.
This first draft, if it can be proven to be the real first draft with the attendant computer records to show when it was composed, should finally explain a few things about the dossier and the Hutton Inquiry.
Of course it's a big leap from there to start wondering what might happen if, contrary to the the Hutton Whitewash and Alastair Campbell's meandering toss on the subject in his epically awful autobiography, the dossier could be proven to have been 'sexed up'.
If - and it's a big if - this is the case, I think there's only one fair thing for any right-minded citizen to do. First, find an enormous cinema-sized screen and 100 megawatt speakers. Then broadcast, on a loop, outside his house, Campbell's disgustingly braying, nasty, unpleasant, sneering, triumphal appearances on the BBC news and Channel 4 News, until he's forced to come outside and face the music.
Or takes the gentleman's option and is found slumped in a coppice a few hours later.