It's the last day of the Easter long weekend, but in the news, it seems to be a day of things that people usually prefer not to talk about. At least, not while they're on holiday.
First, tax. Today is 'Money-back Monday'—according to the Conservatives. They say that tax and benefit changes coming into effect today mean that 94% of working families will be better off. Labour, on the other hand, say that families are £1,100 worse off because of tax and benefit changes introduced since the election.
The Financial Times has a story about a 'tax trap' that could affect income tax paid by those earning more than £100,000. In the past, we've looked into claims about how much tax is paid by the top 1%, and numbers paying the higher rate of income tax. There are also claims of differences between the coalition partners over tax.
Second, teeth. The Mirror has a story about those repairing their own teeth because they can't afford to pay and don't have access to an NHS dentist. We've looked into a claim about access to NHS dentists previously, but we'll look into the latest figures.
Finally, bug-resistant-drugs. The Telegraph covers a government report published today warning of the dangers of antibiotic resistance.
Despite these stories, at least we might have some sunshine to look forward to in the week to come.