There’s been plenty of excitement in many national newspapers and television news shows at the prospect of a split between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.
Arguments about taxation, the NHS and House of Lords reform are threatening to destroy the coalition, according to some reports.
There are undoubtedly differences of opinion, and some of these are highlighted in our interview with Lib Dem MP Lorely Burt.
But Ms Burt also states an important truth, which is that despite complaints from a few vocal Conservative backbenchers, the coalition remains solid.
Indeed, if it was going to collapse, that probably would have happened long before now. The two parties appear quite capable of working together.
Both the Conservatives and, in particular, the Lib Dems stand to gain by airing their differences in public
But they would have nothing to gain from divorcing now.