With it looking likely that a coalition between Liberal and Conservative parties to resolve the hung parliament, the only thing left to do is to choose which of the two leaders of the two parties, David Cameron and Nick Clegg will be the new Prime Minister.
A quick straw poll among the Conservative MPs has shown David Cameron that he would loose if it was put to the vote, so instead, he and Nick Clegg will undergo a series of three challenges to see who is worthy of leading the UK into the 2012 Olympic games.
The first trial is to be a straight arm wrestling competition, with Her Majesty the Queen acting as referee. Cameron has a great deal of faith in the muscle power of his right arm, but the bookies disagree, putting Clegg at odds on favourite to win the bout.
Next up, Cameron has the advantage, with the challenge being a darts match, although if Clegg can do enough in the arm wrestling he could ruin Cameron's chances in his favoured event.
The final challenge is set to be the most gruelling, with the Total Wipeout course in Argentina booked. Richard Hammond will preside over the match-up, as the two prospective leaders of the UK go head to head on the watery course.
"My money's on Cameron," said Hammond. "Although he'll probably lose the arm wrestling, I think he'll take the darts match, and just edge the Wipeout course."