"It has been yet another dizzying week and it can be very easy to get lost in events so let's take a step back.
"It is not typical or normal for Downing Street to be investigated by the police, it is not typical for there to be such a fast or rapid turnover of staff in Downing Street.
"It is not typical to have had an advisor to the prime minister resign and accuse the prime minister she served of using effectively a case of child sexual abuse for political purposes and it is not typical to have a former chief aide of Downing Street [Dominic Cummings] doing everything they can Iago like to destroy the prime minister of the day.
"British politics has been taken to a very unusual place and most of that was just this week.
"Now the prime minister will say and is saying that he's getting on with the job but his critics say that all of this dysfunction flows not from his staff and won't be changed or improved by changing the staff but instead flows directly from the man himself."
It was pretty succinct indeed so reacting to it, people praised Goodall on Twitter:
Excellent piece from @lewis_goodall tonight on @BBCNewsnight It must be exhausting to be a journalist covering U.K. politics at the moment!https://twitter.com/jonlis1/status/1489736757474123776\u00a0\u2026
— Professor Feargal Cochrane (@Professor Feargal Cochrane)