Those picking up a copy of the Evening Standard last night may have been surprised to find no news of what happened at Mayor's Question Time.
Nothing on Boris reducing police officer numbers, nothing on Boris's defence against cronyism charges, in fact nothing full stop on the capital's biggest political event of the month.
For London's only "quality newspaper" that's a pretty poor show. So why?
Well it turns out that Geordie Greig has decided to make the paper's only dedicated City Hall reporter redundant.
Katharine Barney, whose stories have given Boris Johnson a headache for some time now, was let go as part of a drive to recover huge losses at the paper. She will be missed.
Respected former Standard journalist Pippa Crerar will return at some point in the New Year, but in the meantime, the paper has no dedicated reporter at City Hall.
Of course times are tough, and when they decided to give away the paper for free, job losses were inevitable.
But when those job losses coincide with the publication of unspeakable drivel like this, then the Standard have really got their priorities all wrong:
Read the whole thing, if you can stomach it.