Having delivered on gay marriage, Cameron has now had a photo taken of himself at the memorial service of a former terrorist, neither PR stunt having been promised in the 2010 Tory manifesto. Neither was HS2 come to that, an EU project so unpopular that ministers are now having to bury a report on how bad it is. And a dog owner has been reunited with her missing pet after nine years. (Number ten spin masters are still working on that one.)
In the courts
The England and Wales Supreme Court has ruled that you can get married on premises owned by the "Church" of Scientology, so perhaps marriages conducted on Twitter are legal too - for some people, tweets are all they believe in. The Ulster Supreme Court has ruled that homosexuals can adopt children so it could be paedophiles next, because they've got a right to a "family life" as well. And an immigration tribunal has ruled that Trenton Oldfield, who sabotaged the 2012 Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race by jumping into the River Thames, should not be deported because Australians might be racist toward his Indian wife -
- and besides, as the tribunal chairman told him, "there is no doubt ... of your character and the value you are to UK society generally".