We know that the Attorney General, Dominic Grieve, will have to make an announcement in the not too distant future about whether he will go to the High Court to seek a judicial review into a possible inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly.
Parliament resumes business tomorrow (Tuesday) after the Easter recess. It may well be that Mr Grieve will wish to make his statement with as little fanfare as possible. This Friday of course will see the Royal Wedding taking place and if anyone wanted to release a statement to draw the absolute minimum of media interest the next few days could provide a tempting time.
This is not to say that Mr Grieve will use the cover provided by the "William and Kate" business to get his decision out. One thing is for sure: I and others will be watching parliamentary events with as much interest as ever while the wedding is taking up the bulk of the media's attention.