It's now official - as broadcast this morning on BBC Radio Four's morning News Briefing programme, water will become more valuable than oil and land by 2020.
Activities revealed by our Spoof Gazette reporter, directly from the Stock Exchange newsroom bar, indicates the validity of this claim.
Massive new investments in the following water supplying companies has taken place, notably by David Cameron, Nick Clegg, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, and William Hague:
Albion Water, Anglian & Hampshire Water plc, Bournemouth & West Hampshire Water plc, Cambridge Water plc, Cholderton & District Water Company, Dee Valley Water plc, DWR Cymru Welsh Water, Northern Island Water, Northumbrian Water Group plc, Portsmouth Water Ltd, South West Water Ltd - Pennon Group plc, Southern Water, Sutton & East Surrey Water plc, Thames Water Ltd, United Utilities, Veolia Water East Ltd, Wessex Water Services, and Water Services Ltd.
Massive amounts of shares were bought within a few hours of the announcement on Radio Four.
So high, that each of the investors had to rid themselves of other shares, to finance their purchases of the Water Company Shares.
David Cameron, sold off some of his BP, Swiss Bank, and Barclays Bank shares.
Nick Clegg, is trying to sell off some of his shares in Colombo Exports, Ladbrokes, Frustratedwecanhelp plc and the Lib-Dem Pension Fund.
Tony Blair, got rid of his shares in Liars United, European Land Aquisitions plc, BP, and To the Moon Company.
Gordon Brown, rid himself of shares in the Nappy Company UK, United Off-shore Accounts, and Fiddles Expenses Investments plc.
William Hague, sold shares in Twomenforthe Weekend Group, BP, Esso, Mobil, and the South Armenian Gungo Bean Crop Monitoring Association.
We will continue monitoring the situation.