Of course there was big Brexit news yesterday, but Dame Louise Ellman's resignation from the Labour Party that she's been a member of for 55 years was a big story too.
She'd had enough of the antisemitism and the bullying and the Corbyn leadership's tolerance of it.
So how did BBC One's main news bulletins cover it?
Wednesday evening's News at Ten gave it 26 seconds. Thursday lunchtime's News at One gave it 2 minutes and 20 seconds and Thursday evening's News at Six gave it 16 seconds. Thursday night's News at Ten didn't cover the story.
Here's how Thursday evening's News at Six reported it, in full:
Jeremy Corbyn says Labour does not tolerate anti-Semitism after a female Jewish Labour MP quit the party over her concerns. The Labour leader paid tribute to Dame Louise Ellman, who has been the MP for Liverpool Riverside for over 20 years, and said he was opposed to any form of racism.That doesn't seem adequate, does it?