Just watching Sky News whilst munching on a sandwich this lunchtime (more of which later, Sky News that is, not the sandwich). They've got a camera crew down at the Olympic Games site where Broon and his rabble are holding a cabinet meeting in a portacabin.
Why? What's the point in that?
Beyond the fact that a temporary cabinet are holding a meeting in a temporary structure is most apt, I want to know what's wrong with the cabinet room at Number Ten?
Why this obsession with holding cabinet meetings at increasingly bizarre locations around the country? How much is this costing? As the anchor in the Sky News said, it looks like a brand new very posh portakabin.
What happens next month? A cabinet meeting at a branch of Greggs in Huddersfield? What a load of self-obsessed bollocks.