Whilst UKIP are pretending they're not having an internal spat over the take-up of a few hundred thousand of Short money, speculation as to how the party would react to the official scheme for full party funding from tax, a scheme that would bring them at least ten times as much, is now less uncertain. They would lap it up.
At the same time the unions want a Labour leader well to the left of Milipede; that Chuck Unumma is, erm, a bald man and the British public don't vote for bald Prime Ministers isn't enough, apparently. They want a leader who will earn Labour a resounding defeat on policy grounds alone. Or they will stop Labour's pocket money.
And even as Dave remains a bit surprised at the election outcome and is trying to find out what his party did right to win those votes, I suspect the answer may be that people voted out of financial self interest - for the party that would cost them the least money.
Meanwhile the EU Commission is no doubt assembling a secret fighting fund of tens of millions to allow it to interfere in the UK's forthcoming referendum; expect them to use every low, crafty, cunning subterfuge and watch particularly for advertising, announcements and other inducements from UK branded global corporates that work closely with the Commission.
In politics, it's usually all about money.