An unnamed political leader has gone back to work, knowing that 63% of her colleagues still like her, and think that she is doing a good job.
Theresa May, the fourth, or fifth choice for the job of British Prime Minister is still clinging on, despite many attempts to oust her from the job.
'It is a bit like Charlie, and the Chocolate Factory' said Political Pundit Noclue Mcgee 'there were five that could have won the chocolate factory, but only one did win it, and that was by strictly sticking to the rules, and running through wheatfields as a sign of rebellion.'
Boris Johnson, a leading critic of most things that he doesn't agree with, said 'Gosh, gosh, crikey, phwoar, not this whole farrago again?'.