The latest minutes of the BBC Trust, from November, find our licence-fee guardians in wind-down mode. They bade farewell, after a year, to Tristan Pedelty, Head of Policy and Charter.
They decided not to set new targets, after a briefing on senior management pay, leaving that to the incoming (Clementi ?) Board.
And they decided you can no longer appeal to Trustees if the BBC won't entertain your complaint - the decision about whether it's got legs or not is delegated, from this month, to paid officials, the Director of the Trust and the Trust's Head of Editorial Standards.