For those of you who haven't heard, the unionist parties in the Scottish government are accusing Alex Salmond and his deputy Nicola Sturgeon of breaking the Parliament's Code of Conduct by claiming they used Holyrood for party fundraising purposes.
Both Mr Salmond and Ms Sturgeon auctioned prizes of lunches to be hosted by them in the members' restaurant of the Scottish Parliament. Labour have jumped on this as a 'cash for access' situation and a serious error by the SNP leader.
The media continue to tout the story with today's headline in the Herald declaring 'Lunchgate shadow will loom over election campaign.' A gross exaggeration.
I've yet to hear anyone mention this in the past days. Most people are concerned about the number of soldiers who may be killed in Afghanistan in the coming days and if they can afford to pay their utility bills after one of the coldest winters for years.
Should you wish to read the ins and outs of what has preoccupied the Scottish press for the past several days this is the latest article. As far as I'm concerned the Code of Conduct may need to be more explicit regarding politicians using the members' restaurant, but it's certainly not an issue that will loom over the election campaign, no matter how much the labour party wishes that were so.
This is petty, not party, politics from the labour party and a nine day wonder.