Michael Gove has announced he will stand for the Conservative Party leadership - a move that might surprise anyone who has listened to anything he's said over the last four years.
The justice secretary has repeatedly insisted he doesn't want to be Prime Minister - right up to the point he confirmed he would stand on Thursday.
Here's a look back at those memorable moments:
"I'm constitutionally incapable of it.
There's a special extra quality you need that is indefinable, and I know I don't have it. There's an equanimity, an impermeability and a courage that you need. There are some things in life you know it's better not to try."
"I don't want to be prime minister
... Having seen close up how [Cameron] does the job, I know that I couldn't do it.
"I don't know what I can do in a way but if anyone wants me to sign a piece of parchment in my own blood saying I don't want to be prime minister, then I'm perfectly happy to do that."
"There are lots of other folk, including in the Cabinet, who could easily be Prime Minster. I'm not one of them. I could not be Prime Minister. I'm not equipped to be Prime Minister. I don't want to be Prime Minister."
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"I have always said that I do not want to be Prime Minister. That has always been my view."