Voters will be forgiven if they feel underwhelmed by the row over Witham MP Priti Patel's holiday to Israel.
She was on a family holiday which she paid for herself and she chose to meet a few officials while out there.
Personally I can think of better ways of spending my holiday, but Ms Patel is a long-standing supporter of Israel and a former vice-chairman of Conservative Friends of Israel.
The problem is that if senior ministers hold meetings abroad they're supposed to tell the Foreign Office which, understandably, wants to ensure that the British Government is speaking with the same voice.
So she failed to follow procedures and that deserves a wrap on the knuckles.
But the added problem is that when the press started asking questions she was slow to respond, and then gave an answer which suggested that the Foreign Office had known about the trip before she went and she had only met a handful of people.
Now we know that the Foreign Office only found out about the trip once it was under way and she met a total of 12 people, including the Israeli prime minister.
It all seems a little odd - why hold so many meetings on a private holiday and why appear so secretive about them? That's why Labour is calling for a full investigation.
Ms Patel has apologised and says she can now see how her enthusiasm "could have been misread".
But it's another awkward story for a government which is already fielding a number of other embarrassing stories.
Some prime ministers would sack a colleague for this. Theresa May probably knows that firing a key Brexiteer would cause her even more problems.
So Priti Patel is likely to stay in her job. She'll just be hoping that no more embarrassing stories emerge.