With the election of Sir Keir Starmer as the new Leader of the Labour Party, I saw the hashtag #keirin trending in Twitter.
It rang a bell, so I refreshed my memory.
In cycling, Keirin is an event of Japanese origin where a host of riders circle a track on fixed-gear bicycles with no brakes, pacing themselves behind a motorbike before making a mad sprint at the end as betting fans cheer themselves into unmitigated hysteria.
Sounds ominous and foreboding – but reassuringly on-brand for the Labour Party.
Round and round in circles before a mad frenzy prior to the next election.
Welcome to the next 5 years of official opposition, everybody.
And Keir – if you’re reading this, that large crumbling building with the humongous clock? You need to go there and start scrutinising sharpish.