As showbusiness, the public accounts committee’s latest session on tax avoidance worked splendidly.
French, German and Dutch finance ministers have rounded on Luxembourg for allowing multinational companies to create complicated structures to avoid billions of dollars of tax.
Clearly the place to be.
Jean-Claude Juncker took a swipe at David Cameron on the eve of an EU summit when he expressed confidence that he would be nominated as European commission president "if common sense prevails".
David Cameron was accused on Sunday of blackmail and threats as his attempts to stop Jean-Claude Juncker becoming president of the European commission put him at the centre of a power struggle for control of the European Union.
Britain has slipped two places down Europe's league table of living standards falling to sixth after being overtaken by Austria and Germany, the European Union's statistical body said.