As Boris Johnson attempts to shake off the challenges of his fellow Tory MPs, Jeremy Hunt, and Michael Gove, news has emerged from 10 Downing Street that the winner from the 'final three' will be decided by the nation in a Strictly Come Dancing dance-off situation.
Mr Johnson is the favourite to become leader, but he'll have to put on his best performance to overcome the others, particularly Mr Gove, who is a master of the Mince.
Mr Hunt is not happy with the dance-off, as he has two left feet, both of which he regularly shoves in his mouth. Mr Javid, whose first and second names are almost the same, and who has now been eliminated, had vowed to appear in his London Mayor robes to add to the pomp and ceremony of the magnificent occasion, but he was just making the numbers up.
Drug tests will be conducted before and after the dancing.
The Strictly judges say that their decision is final, and no correspondence can be entered into.
Len Goodman is 106.