As the Tories are all set to hook up with the DUP somehow, Labour's social media is kicking into overdrive about stopping it. Write to your MP! Tweet! Post images on Facebook!
What happens then?
Because we've just had a general election and to get all Brenda from Bristol about it, since 2014 we've had at least two major bouts of voting almost everywhere each year between Euros, Generals, Council elections and the blasted Referendum.
We may have a hung parliament but we have no appetite for another poll. And if we get another in 2017 on current form it'll be a hung parliament once more. No-one really wants either of the big parties but most people are voting for the Least Bad Monster.
So mid-Brexit, at a time where a government able to do something could not be more critical, what are Labour actually proposing?
Assuming, you know, they are not just aiming to throw the country to the wolves saying, I'm alright Jack, sod the poor, let it be a chaotic Brexit with no viable plan or international trade deals and all the problems like rioting and starvation that will bring.
Are they proposing to form a government?
Because like the Tories they will need to get to 323 votes and you can only do that by working with the DUP, or forming a Grand Coalition of Tory & Labour together.
So - Labour readers, all of you who have retweeted or shared that DropTheDUP thing... are you looking to form a government with the Tories or one with the DUP? Or is your personal position "I'm alright Jack, sod the poor, let it be a chaotic Brexit with no
viable plan or international trade deals and all the problems like
rioting and starvation that will bring."
To break the bisexual code here - you gotta pick one.