Tuesday removal vans arrived at 10 Downing Street as the Cameron family prepared to vacate the premises.
The Tory Party is showing a united front; it is portraying an image of a Tory Party ready to get back to business.
But behind the scenes it is not all sweetness and light.
Theresa May our Prime Minister elect is moving into her new role Wednesday.
First David Cameron will seek an audience with the Queen when he will resign.
Ms May will then follow on taking on the role of Prime Minister.
No giving notice or wondering if he will get a new job. He will simply shuffle from the front benches of the House of Commons to the back benches until such time as he is granted a peerage and shuffles into the House of Lords or he quits.
Either way he will not be out of pocket.
The Panama papers leaks this year highlighted just a little of the Cameron's wealth tucked away, then there will be his overly generous pension for serving the country as PM or some would say overseeing the Great British sell off.
Like him or loath Cameron is now forever the man who took the UK out of the EU. He gambled, called a referendum and lost.
Theresa May will have her work cut out putting together a new, loyal and competent cabinet and she will face many hurdles not least overseeing the country's exit from the EU but to the untrained eye all is well in Tory world.
Sadly the same cannot be said of the British Labour Party.
172 MP decided post the EU referendum now was the time to launch their well-planned and long established coup to oust party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
They have utilised the mainstream media, the Tories and more this year to undermine Corbyn every step of the way.
If he has failed in their eyes they need to take long hard looks in the mirror.
If they worked in ordinary jobs like most of us they would have been sacked months ago.
The timing of their coup was pathetic and today they hoped a meeting of the NEC National Executive Committee would help them secure a leadership challenge where the incumbent is kept of the ballot paper.
That to me sounds nothing like a challenge and very much like a hostile takeover bid.
After posturing and procrastinating in an attempt to force Corbyn to resign this week Angela Eagle finally came out of the traps running.
She launched a leadership challenge against Corbyn fairly confident that he could be kept off the ballot.
It became a debatable technicality whether or not Corbyn as the incumbent needed to secure support from a number of MPs.
Looking malevolent and childish they sought legal advice. Who knows who has funded all of this?
Political careerists to the end they pushed for a secret ballot Tuesday.
They claim that is as they fear reprisals but it is more likely to protect their careers.
So Labour supporters watched and waited all afternoon as the very secretive meeting rumbled on with journos posting snippets from sources within the meeting at regular intervals.
So much for secrecy. It was selective secrecy.
In the end the decision was that Jeremy Corbyn will be on the ballot and that was passed 18 – 14.
But where will Labour go from here?
If there is a leadership contest and Jeremy Corbyn wins they not work with him.
And the odds are that he will win again.
After news that a brick was thrown throw a window at Eagle's constituency office all Corbyn supporters appear to have been classed as responsible.
That must then include me.
At time of writing the person or persons responsible is unclear but Eagle and others have decided it was a Corbyn supporter.
Still earlier this week Corbyn supporters were called dogs, Trots and rabble by three different members of the PLP who oppose Corbyn.
Stephen Kinnock on Sky News was equally dismissive of us all.
At least one Labour source says that the rebels have consulted legal teams about leaving the party but keeping the brand name.
Yes opportunists to the end.
They have reportedly talked with Tories from the Bremain camp too.
"Éoin @LabourEoin Blairites hired lawyers for ownership of Labour name & have held talks with Tory Remain MPs about a new party. If Jeremy wins, they're gone."
Does that mean they are going to follow their true political leanings and form a Tory or Labour light political party?