Which political dynasty does shiny new health secretary Andy Burnham hail from?
Is he cut from the same suave cloth as his predecessor Alan Johnson? Or does his approach have more in common with word mangling former deputy prime minister John Prescott?
Mr Burnham’s interview with The Guardian last week would suggest the latter. Holding forth on Labour’s desire to capitalise on its NHS successes, he said: “I see that in terms of fightback and really now coming out and going back on the front foot.”