UK PM David Cameron has ended months of uninteresting speculation over who he'd nominate to be Britain's next EU Commissioner. And he's ended it uninterestingly.
In a clear bid to secure one of the least important portfolios in the next EU administration, he has chosen Jonathan Hill, Baron Hill of Oareford.
You know, the lobbyist who went on to be special adviser to Ken Clarke and political secretary to John Major and then became a lobbyist again and then became a lord. Him.
Here he is, acquainting himself with the EU Stationary Cupboard he's going to be in charge of for the next five years: