Following on from recent widespread spending cuts, the coalition government have been looking at many different ways to make ends meet.
Whilst at the same time as bringing an end to many quangos and non-departmental public bodies, they have also looked at which non-governmental organisations could be handed the reigns to some governmental functions.
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs will be given to Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage fame, whose program will be revamped into a half hour, weekly propaganda program, extolling the virtues of growing vegetables on roundabouts and roadside verges and then delivering 60% of all produce to the House of Commons doors.
Transport Secretary - Philip Hammond will be taking over from Richard 'the Hamster' Hammond on Top Gear in an effort to recruit unemployed layabouts to act as a petrol substitute by organising themselves into teams of eight to help pull high ranking governments officials cars through the streets of London.
Defence Secretary - Liam Fox will be taking to the double decks as DJ when the 'Ministry of Sound Defence' plug in the three phase and the generator, crank it up to the gigawatts and start showing us the new meaning of 'Trance Nation'.