Independent Group MP’s have confirmed that they are in discussions over starting their own party.
But they’re split over whether to go for fancy dress or karaoke.
Former Tory MPs Anna Soubry, Heidi Allen, and Sarah Wollaston favour fancy dress so they can pretend to be something they’re not.
But the Labour contingent want a karaoke party as they’re just so pleased to finally have a voice.
Speaking outside the Electoral Commission headquarters in London Chuka Umunna said ‘We have been absolutely overwhelmed by the tens of thousands of people who have signed up to our website…’
‘…but we need to know how many are coming as we don’t want to be short of vol au vents.’
The group formed last month after members quit Tory and Labour citing both parties Brexit stance, and the anti-Semitism row in the Labour party as reasons.
Also, a lack of vodka jelly at functions and, for the former Tory ministers, Theresa May persistently hogging the dance floor.
Mr Umunna is a long term critic of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
And in a statement he said that he looks forward to the karaoke as the hard left of the party have spent years denying him the opportunity to perform his rendition of Leader of the Pack.
So far, no firm decisions have been made about whether the party will go ahead.
But if it does it’s likely to be a ‘bring your own bottle’. Something that’s been poorly lacking in both main parties over the past 2 years.