It takes a brave person to tell the Germans to get sorted but British Boss, David 'the Brave' Cameron has done just that!
German Chancellor Merkel could not hear his advice since she had turned off her translation facility but she knew the gist of what he had to say. She diplomatically cried nein to his proposal and David, encouraged, gave her the other eight.
A German minister dared to suggest that Cameron should sort out his own troubles before advising everyone else what to do but this advice was lost in translation.
Finally with German shouts of 'we have ways of dealing with this' our David discovered he had not slaughtered Goliath, but he escaped through the wrath of Germany through a secret tunnel.
Back in Britain he prepares to tell the world about the wisdom of his judgements at the Leveson Inquiry. 'If I knew then what I know now' he is ready to say 'I would have left the Hunt with his Murdoch friends, but I was misled' the Leader admits.
Tory backbenchers are beginning to think Cameron's future lies in Spanish Banking.