First there was the 'Big Tent' ideas festival that was billed by some as a right wing Glastonbury.
The contrast was particularly evident seeing as Jeremy Corbyn had appeared at the actual Glastonbury, where he was greeted by his informal anthem 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn' sung or chanted to the tune of 'Seven Nation Army' by the White Stripes.
'Oh Marg-aret Thatch-er' does scan, as do the names of the former Conservative prime ministers Harold MacMillan and Anthony Eden, though maybe reaching back at least 27 years for something to sing about would suggest there was something amiss with the current crop of Conservatives.
The crack political team at indy100 have narrowed down possible Tory leaders to all the three-syllable, two-syllable names among the Conservative parliamentary party.
(Sir) Michael Fallon
Place your bets before the bookies get wind of this absolute lock.