The Guardian is running a letter from people in Labour and the Lib Dems demanding that the two parties being working towards a future possible coalition after the next election.
They were obviously concerned with the success of the recent mid-term review press conference.
You can probably guess the signatories. They include Chair and Vice-Chair of Liberal Left Linda Jack and Richard Grayson, and their new best friend Neal Lawson of Compass. Andrew Harrop, Chair of that well known group of liberals, The Fabians, is also a signatory.
The letter says:
All political parties will rightly campaign hard to win a majority and govern on their own, but the sensible ones will prepare for the possibility that voters deny them their wish. In those circumstances it is our belief that a Labour-Liberal Democrat coalition has the potential to give Britain a successful reforming government based on strong foundations of shared history and values.
Talk about knowing your audience.