The dismissal of the jury in the trial of Vicky Pryce has attracted acres of media coverage after the judge presiding over the trial suggested at least some of the jury had shown "absolutely fundamental deficits in understanding".
So what went wrong with this jury? The Daily Mail has some ideas.
You perhaps feared they might.
The Mail reports:
"Of the eight women and four men on the Vicky Pryce jury, only two were white - the rest appeared to be of Afro-Caribbean or Asian origin."
"At least twice, the court finished 30 minutes early because a jury member had a 'religious observance to keep."
The Mail says there is no reason to believe the jurors struggled with language but still seems to think it is relevant to suggest their "visibly different backgrounds" and religion may have a part to play in why this trial collapsed.