Well, I suppose it had to happen soon enough, although I'm shocked it managed to happen before the final implosion, rather than afterwards when the desperate project to smear the innocent traditionally get's into its stride.
That's all to the good, because "getting your retribution in first" before that final inescapable implosion, means that we might actually get to glimpse the truth. It's also good to know that there may actually be real humans still at the NAO that our deluded powers-that-be haven't yet managed to turn into AI-controlled cyborgs programmed to endlessly repeat the party line.
Sadly I doubt it will make any discernible difference to the fate of "our" NHS as the NAO's report on their backlogs and waiting times makes clear (if we didn't already know) that that establishment might as well have been run by such cyborgs for many years.
" ... in other words, the Select Committee thinks all NHS employees should be able to work how they want, when they feel like it and be paid more"