I go away for a week and when i come back little it seems everything changed.
Firstly, Ahmadinejad is gone and there is a new guy in sitting in his place in Iran. Even the Americans who it seems are lawfully obliged to make a statement on everything that doesn't concern them, have offered a cautious welcome to the election of Mr Hassan Rouhani who is seen as a moderate.
Then the Russian President Putin is in Downing Street saying the UK and US have blood on their hands for wanting to arm people even Cameron described as 'terrorists who pose a great danger to our world' but still wants to give them powerful weapons anyway.
The Russian has said he will arm the Government while the US have said they send will arm the rebels because 90,000 deaths isn't nearly enough. More petrol on that fire is the only answer it seems for people safely living thousands of miles away.
Then another 1970's presenter, Stuart Hall, after months of describing the allegations as 'nonsense', the victims as 'liars' and part of a vendetta against people in the public eye, admitted to indecently assaulting the 13 girls spanning three decades and involving children aged as young as nine. The outrageous 15 months sentence (reduced from 20 months after his guilty plea) is now being examined by the Attorney General to see if the sentence was unduly lenient.
I think i'm up to speed now although i'm not sure why Ozzy Osbourne is on the front of a newspaper making the number 1 sign, unless the country has gone mad and he has a song at number 1.
I see. Yep, Britain is officially bonkers.