Have you ever wondered whether you might stand a better chance of getting a place in Theresa May’s new Cabinet if you had a different name?
Well, now you can find out what that might feel like, thanks to a formula posted on Twitter.
According to Alex Butterworth, your "Tory name" can be found by combining three seemingly unrelated proper nouns: the forename of a grandparent, the name of the street of your first home, and the surname of your first head-teacher.
Butterworth admits, however, that she is not the original creator of this formula. Having previously seen it on Facebook, she is searching for its creator to credit its success.
Let us know your "Tory name" in the comments, and any ideas of a Labour, Lib Dem, Green or Ukip formula...