Anyway, it's nearly the end of what the Dutch call "Cucumber time," or, as it's known in Britain, the Silly Season. With the politicians (and almost everyone else) on holiday, there's just not a lot of news to report. So the newspapers, which are desperate to fill space, run lots of fluff stories.
For example, they might run a "news" story on the effect of espresso on a famously well-endowed female celebrity's nipples. Or they might reveal the name another female celebrity gives her breasts (whatever you think of "biscuits," it's better than "harries"). Or maybe they'll do a story on a German tourist who was caught with an illegal radar detector hidden in her cleavage.
In other news, there's only one more day until September. Thank goodness.