The controversy at the Equality and Human Rights Commission continues to fill the column inches.
I do not claim to know what the real issues are, other than what I have read, but there are some very telling comments being made.
Take the view of outgoing commissioner Ben Summerskill that: "Trevor is a brilliant communicator . . . but he has not been successful in running the commission . . . it's an issue about old fashioned management."
A failure of management does appear to be at the root of many of the EHRC's problems, as it's audit travails and resignation of its CEO show.
But this level of management should not, if my understanding of quango operations is correct, be the day to day concern of Trevor.
Has he been sticking his nose into the affairs of officers a bit too much, or have officers not had the strategic direction and support that would empower them to do their job properly?