Theresa May has chaired her first Cabinet meeting since becoming PM.
"When I launched my leadership campaign, I said that politics is not a game," she said.
"The decisions that we take around this table affect people's day-to-day lives and we must do the right thing, take the right decisions for the future of this country. We have the challenge of Brexit, and Brexit does mean Brexit, and we're going to make a success of it."
It is somewhat ironic that she said they must take the right decisions for the country with Boris Johnson, one of the leaders of the leave campaign, sat next to her. Perhaps he might listen to some good advice this time.
She closed the meeting with:
"Get to it and get on with the job."