First, back to the story of four-year-old Jack Willment-Barr, who was photographed on the floor of Leeds General Infirmary because his bed was needed for another patient. Yesterday The Sun reported that the boy's mother was cross that Labour was "playing politics" with his case and that she had "complained to the press regulator".
The report doesn't quote her criticising Jeremy Corbyn - as the headline suggests. Nor does it say against whom the complaint had been lodged - the Mirror, which splashed on the photograph on Monday, the Yorkshire Evening News, which broke the story or any other organisation. It doesn't even give her first name. And the word "exploiters", which is in the sub-head in quotes - usually an indication that somebody has said it somewhere - doesn't appear in the text.
Here's the cutting:
Again, the subsidiary headline and the text mentions a complaint. Again, Corbyn is accused treating the case as a "political football".
This time, there is a source for the claims - the Justice Secretary Robert Buckland, speaking on the Today programme.
So we have a Conservative minister apparently speaking for a family that feels let down by the NHS. Mr Buckland is not the health secretary. He was not the family's MP before the election was called and nor will he be on Friday - his constituency is South Swindon, quite a long way from Leeds. So it's hard to imagine that he got this information from the family first-hand.
I have looked all over the place and can find no other evidence that the family has spoken out against the Labour party or the publicity their son's case has attracted.
So could this possibly be a case of the Mail taking a Conservative politician's word as reliable enough to use without further substantiation? As with the non-assault on Matt Hancock's aide? Surely not.
Still, at least the copy does record (quite low down) that no complaint has been made to Ipso. I rather suspect that the Mail was another recipient of the "Dear all" email above, which I received last night.
Or maybe, as a fan of the Prime Minister, this convinced her: