At least we know where the BBC will continue to stand on the subject of Brexit.
'The BBC no longer has a duty to "broadly balance" its coverage of Brexit, Nick Robinson, one of the broadcaster's most senior political journalists, has said.
The Today programme host and former political editor of the national broadcaster told critics to "leave it out" and "remain calm".
He differentiated between balance and bias in his column for the Radio Times, welcoming the former and rejecting the latter if it is not justified in the view of him and his colleagues.
"The bias I worry about most is the bias against understanding," he says.
He insisted the BBC still had a commitment to "due impartiality", which meant it would get as close to the truth they saw it, but would not represent both sides of the argument if one was wrong in their view.
"The referendum is over. The duty we broadcasters had to 'broadly balance' the views of the two sides is at an end," he wrote.
The key passage there is this one:
'it (the BBC) would get as close to the truth they saw it, but would not represent both sides of the argument if one was wrong in their view.'
Just let the sheer arrogance of that comment sink in.