The Observer shows a photo of Gordon and Sarah Brown outside Number Ten, with the caption: "..will finally move into their new home later this week."
That would be Number Eleven Downing Street would it? Or are they staying in Number Ten (flat over), where they have lived for years?
The Observer covers the likely options for Brown during his first month in office, eager to impress with a "fresh start".
One of the most concrete suggestions which the article throws up is that of "Citizens' Juries" to advise the government on policies.
That would be "Focus Groups" then would it?
I suppose if there is a more formal structure around them, these juries might be useful. But it is hard not to be cynical about them.