Another former Welsh Secretary is turning into the star of the dissolution debate.
William Hague has been making the most of Gordon Brown's recent difficulties and the unstoppable rise of Peter Mandelson.
The Commons filled noticeably as Mr Hague spoke: "The unelected Prime Minister has managed to produce the most powerful unelected deputy since Henry VIII appointed Cardinal Wolsey except Cardinal Wolsey was more sensitive in his handling of colleagues than Lord Mandelson."
Lord Mandelson, said the former Tory leader, had gone around collecting titles and even whole government departments, with eleven Ministers working under him. Mr Hague read out the full list of titles:
"The right honourable the Baron Mandelson of Foy in the county of Heredfordshire and Hartlepool in the county of Durham, First Secretary of State and and Lord President of the Privy Council and Secretary of State for Business and Secretary of State for Innovation and Skills.
"It would be no surprise to wake up in the morning and find he'dbecome an Archbishop".
Mr Hague also gave another insight into Hague family life, in exchanges with Conwy MP Betty Williams.
"I'm not afraid of any lady from Wales, other than my mother-in-law."
Myra Jenkins's response is not yet known.