This morning the Prime Minister was due to announce the launch of Election Snap, a new card game from the Conservative party. Should have gone to Specsavers. It is one of a growing range of games from the Teresa May Card School, many invented in the quiet hours of her childhood in a vicarage, waiting for her dad to finish writing another sermon.
Election Snap: a riotous game for all the family. Can you tell the difference between one middle aged, middle class, white privately educated male with no career outside politics and another? Neither can the electorate.
Bridge (Burning): which political leader can be quickest to resign at the first hint of bad electoral news? Usually won by Nigel Farage, Jeremy Corbyn is struggling to understand the rules.
Patience: available in several different versions. The Libdem version takes about 100 years to play out, and even then it turns out to help the other players more than you.
Solitaire: Also known as Michael Gove's political career.
Go Fish: Robust UKIP response to any question raised in the EU parliament about quotas.
Texas Hold 'Em: mass penitentiary on the Mexican border for illegals.
Family Fortunes: in the US version the main aim of the game is to have a very large one, but make out that it doesn't affect the way you play in the slightest
Beggar My Neighbour: or in George Osborne's case, Beggar the Whole Country
Special editions: the Conservative pack comes with 2 knaves, the Jack of Goves and the Jack of Johnsons. The Libdem pack will deal with anyone, and the Labour pack is red throughout but with no Aces and is hard to reshuffle.