It's that time again. The morning before the PM's monthly news conference. I say "monthly" but this is actually still September in Downing Street's diary. The PM's not answered our questions since the summer and, more importantly, since les evenements which led to him announcing he'd be gone by next summer.
You may recall from blogs previous that he made that announcement in front of one camera and one agency reporter and so faced no follow-up questions. In Israel he avoided questions on that announcement by saying it was "disrespectful" to ask or answer them and he - for the first time - gave no interviews at the Labour Party Conference.
So, the only question is what to ask - about General Dannatt's warnings, the state of the NHS, his failure to back Gordon Brown...? Any ideas?
UPDATE 11:25: Some excellent suggestions. My favourite so far comes from a Blunkett-inspired colleague - "who would you like to turn the machine guns on?". The only problem is that his answer would inevitably include "you lot".