Meetings in the corridors of power?
The spring conference season ended in Llangollen earlier this month with the Conservatives offering an olive branch to the opposition parties at the assembly.
The assembly members are back in Cardiff Bay after the Easter break and at his first press briefing, the leader of the Tories at the Assembly Andrew RT Davies was asked what he meant when he talked about building a "coalition of ideas".
Is it a genuine attempt to bring the opposition leaders closer together in order to challenge Labour?
This may well still be the case but we learnt there is nothing formal going on behind the scenes.
Andrew RT Davies says he does not need to arrange talks as the assembly is not like Westminster and he bumps into the other party leaders four or five times day.
Is this what we mean by the corridors of power?
Any talk of a coming together of the opposition parties has always appeared improbable because of the difference in the personalities and policies of Andrew RT Davies and the left-leaning leader of Plaid Cymru Leanne Wood.
Nevertheless, Andrew RT says he wants to "transcend boundaries" and "smash the glass windows" as he forms his "coalition of ideas".
At his briefing he said: "I am more than willing to work with any political party to solve some of the big issues.
"I do not believe that any political party has the freehold interest, although the Labour party believe they have the freehold interest over Welsh democracy.Revealing insight
"The only way we are going to do that is to work together to shatter the glass ceiling of Labour dependence which people believe has a right to exist here in Wales.
"It has no right to exist here in Wales."
And he gave reporters a revealing insight into his frame of mind, saying: "I am not a career politician. I am someone who does not rely on it.
"Ultimately I could walk away from this tomorrow and go into another business.
"It does not make a blind bit of difference to me.
"I am here because I want to make a difference and if you want to make a difference you have to work with people and other ideas."
As is often the case, the first minister quoted a line from the leader of the Welsh Tories during First Minister's Questions when he mockingly said he would be delighted for him not to walk away but to stay until the next assembly elections in 2016.
The opposition parties know that the only way to break Labour's stranglehold on Wales is to come together, or work together in some shape or form.
The rainbow coalition came close before it fell apart in 2007 with the party leaders Nick Bourne, Ieuan Wyn Jones and Mike German at the helm. They had very different relationships with each other compared with the current batch.
Close collaboration between Andrew RT Davies, Leanne Wood and Kirsty Williams appears a long way off.