With Tony Blair in Westminster and First Ministers Jack McConnell in Scotland and Rhodri Morgan in Wales, a trinity of Labour premiers govern Britain.
But within the year all three may be out....
Tony Blair, we know, plans to leave Downing Street some time next summer.
The Welsh Assembly
And before that, next May, Labour faces elections to the Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly. At the moment, Labour runs Scotland in a coalition with the Liberal Democrats.
Wales is ruled by a minority Labour administration. As we reported here last month, if Labour does badly in the Scottish elections the Lib Dems might just be tempted into government in coalition with the Scottish Nationalists.
And in Wales there's an even more intriguing prospect - a grand coalition of all Labour's enemies.
John Beesley explains why.