One big question has emerged from the Conservative party conference in Manchester: Why did Tory ministers decide to stand like this?
George Osborne and Theresa May both opted for this stance. Why?
It has left a nation confused.
People are unnerved. They're scared. Why would they stand like this?
"This is not how normal people stand, is it?"
People have speculated that it's the work of a diabolical genius of a body language coach.
Others think Osborne is just emulating the stance of his sporting heros.
Or maybe his musical heroes.
The photos somehow feel familiar to those who play classic fighting games.
General Boles is hoping for the complete action figure set for Christmas.
To be fair, he has almost mastered the theatrical heroic stance from Blackadder.
Michael Gove gave The Stance a go, but didn't quite manage to do it as powerfully as Osborne and May.
A cabinet source, when asked who told ministers to do The Stance, firmly denied involvement, saying: "Wasn't me!"
Which leaves the question – why? Why are they standing like this?
The people must know.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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