I brought the week to an end too soon. The Daily Mail hasn't finished with Emma Harrison. Its long article headlined, "Living off the state - and how: Inside the 16 bedroom, 42-loo mansion of Government's families tsar whose £8.5m payday provoked outrage" is a real demolition job. They've homed in on the opulence of her home, Thornbridge Hall; her personal wealth, an estimated £70 million; and the history of A4e. They've spoken to the neighbours, and to some clients. It's painful. And it's not all accurate. They haven't grasped the history of New Deal, for instance. But it really is so devastating that one could almost feel sorry for Harrison. Is there a danger of overkill here? It won't deprive A4e of any contracts. All it will do is drive her off the TV for a while.