Steve Hilton is back - or at least the person tweeting as @SteveHiltonGuru is.
This news has sent shockwaves through the political Twitterverse, as the man, tweeting as @SteveHiltonGuru, originally left in a blaze of glory. He now rejoins a pantheon of spoof political twitter accounts, the best of which we've collated here.
Leaving soon after Steve Hilton announced his departure from Downing Street, people worried when the Guru tweeted he would "leave the wigwam".
But HuffPost is delighted to see Hilton return, after all the recent controversies the government has been through.
Twitter was a worse place without the strangely well connected but hilariously sharp Guru's insights.
In homage to Hilton, we've put together a list of spoof political Tweeters you should follow. Hilton is, of course, at the top of the list.
Next comes her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Tweeting as @Queen_UK, she doesn't hold back about her government. She tweets about recent events, and her major love of #ginoclock.
Rather fittingly, you can follow the next in line to the throne - Prince Charles. He gives a unique view of royal life, tweeting from @Charles_HRH
Along with him, you should also follow his wife - Camilla. Her concerns, as tweeted from @DuchessOfCornwall, are less political and more about her favourite tipple.
Moving away from royalty, Twitter allows you a hilarious view into what "senior politicians" get up to. The tweets from "Drunk George Osborne" (OsborneDrunk) won't reassure those who think the economy is in safe hands.
On the other side of Westminster, Labour leader Ed Miliband has a rather sharp parody - taken from an early nickname he tried to shun. "Red Ed" can be found, tweeting from @RedEdMiliband, about his "glorious rule".
Jacob Rees Mogg, the Conservative MP, is a well known politician in Westminster. He'd not be pleased to see his portrayal as "@JakeReesMogg" online. Rees-Mogg, in this tweet, is shown as undoubtedly very refined...
All politicians fear the televisual bear-pit that is BBC's Question Time. Presiding over this is the veteran journalist David Dimbleby. In case Dimbleby tires, there is his robot assistant "Dimblebot" waiting in the wings. @DIMBLEBOT tweets regularly about "Bio-Dimbleby" and the show, or #BBCQT.
Finally, it wouldn't be fair to miss out the media. The Daily Mail has recently hailed its success as being the world's most read newspaper online. So you can find an anonymous "reporter", tweeting in the style of the Mail at @DMReporter.