Unless I fall under a bus before polling day, this will be the tenth General Election in which I have voted. It may be long-term electoral fatigue that leaves me so unexcited by and uninterested in the process.
Today, Theresa May will hold face-to-face talks with US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office.
The pair will spend about an hour together in what will be the first visit by a foreign leader since Mr. Trump became president.
These talks are the beginning of a new world order in which countries will pursue their own domestic and foreign policies.
Today, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom will rule whether Parliament or ministers have the power to begin the Brexit process.
In November of last year, the High Court in London ruled that the Brexit procedure cannot be started without the approval of parliament. After the court statement, the government appealed to the Supreme Court.
I am no political oracle. I am busy. I have two books to finish. If teaching Greek and Latin is not in itself difficult, making sense of the new A Levels is difficult.
The election last week of Donald Trump took nearly everyone by surprise. For some of us, it was a moment of joy, for others a terrible shock. I was in the first category. The British Government was in the second.