From the Government's point of view, too much of today's news agenda has been taken up discussing the spat between Theresa May and Michael Gove.
Theresa May is much-beloved on the Tory right, seen as a big success as Home Secretary and is leading the current polls for potential future leader of her party.
Michael Gove is very close to David Cameron and is leading - in Tory terms - critical education reforms.
They're both effectively unsackable members of the Cabinet.
If that wasn't the case, I think David Cameron would be thinking about sacking them for this extraordinary case of ill-discipline at a terrible time for the Government.
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