The Labour Party has shifted to a more hard-line policy on schools, saying it would scrap the current academy system.
But dozens of its own MPs are part of a group opening academies and planning to become one of England's biggest academy providers.
There are 37 "Labour and Co-operative" MPs - but when it comes to schools policy, the Labour and Co-operative parts of their title seem to be pulling in completely different directions.
The Co-op, part of the fibre of the Labour movement and a sponsor of MPs, is itself the sponsor of its own multi-academy trust - running academies.
But Angela Rayner, Labour's shadow education secretary, has a policy to stop the creation of any academies.