I'm just about to strap my headset back on and plug into BBC Parliament TV for the latest episode in the Rishi Sunak Coronavirus Support Show.
The Chancellor has a slot booked at noon for a live economy statement, during which he is expected to address anomalies arising between the latest furlough scheme operating in England and the restrictions and job support measures now applying in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Initial reactions here at AccountingWEB were, "oh no, not another one..." so apart from an opportunity for a little rant, are there any other issues relating to the various job and self employed support schemes, or guidance missing in any areas that you think we should listen out for?
Or perhaps suggestions from the profession about a more effective way to manage the economic impacts of virus prevention measures?
We'll post an update on the key measures as soon as we can and Rebecca Cave is on standby to dissect any further guidance that emerges from the Treasury.
Good luck, everyone - let's hope it's not going to disrupt the afternoon too much.