I confess I don't always get the Wrexham Leader in Westminster, although a contact has e-mailed me a page from tonight's edition.
Headlined 'Too busy' to worry about expense claim, it explains why the North Wales Assembly Member Eleanor Burnham is not terribly concerned by her position as the second highest-claiming AM.
“I’m too busy looking after my constituents to bother about expenses tables," she says.
“I believe I am very good value for money. Perhaps we should now look at the expenses of people working in the higher echelons of the BBC.”
I don't quite see the link, but then I only operate in the lower echelons of the BBC. Perhaps Ms Burnham's claim will kill off the wicked rumour that AMs elected on the regional list system have rather less to do than their colleagues.