The day starts off calmly enough. Cameron gives a silly interview. Brown takes himself off to Reading to make a little speech. Just before he gets to his feet, Michael Ashcroft tells us what we already know. Labour make a big fuss, kicking into the long grass that they have Ashcroft look-a-likes. Meanwhile, Michael Gove makes speech.
Now, matters descend into farce. Alan Johnson cancels a press conference due to “technical problems”. Then, it is suddenly announced that Brown will miss PMQs this week due to the planned visit of Jacob Zuma.
Finally, when it is all too late, along comes Mike Smithson to suggest that Brown should get down to the Palace.
Andrew Sparrow is doing a wonderful job keeping track of it all.
Meanwhile, in the real world a BBC survey suggests that thousands of council workers will lose their jobs, with one expert saying the figure could be nearer 100,000. Oh, nearly forgot, the pound has tumbled to a 10-month low due to the possibility of a hung parliament and the concerns about government debt.
What's in store for the afternoon?