Political history may be made this evening as former political adversaries, The British Nutter Party and The Greens, are to form a power sharing alliance.
Political commentator and out of work plumber Kevin Gouda of Rotherham broke the news after hearing it from some guy in the pub.
"They have come to the realisation that there not so different after all", explained Mr Gouda, "both of them are pretty much single issue parties, both of them got a much lower share of the vote than they imagined, and they both must have come to the conclusion that what they're in politics for is the power, rather than maintain the thinly veiled facade of public service or representing anyone's views".
While the political landscape of both parties is likely to change forever as a result, there are still some difficulties to overcome before this is finalised, said Mr Gouda, "It's hard to see the Greens giving ground on the issue of the environment, while the BNP will obviously want to maintain their robust stance on immigration, short hair, boots, punching people and playing on the fears of the poor and ignorant".
Details are yet to be confirmed as both parties distance themselves from the rumours, one calling them "quite patently absurd" and the other referring to them as "stuffing bollocks".