Inchcock Chambers, unpaid reporter, revealed this week, that he had received a tip-off and details of, from a former aide of James Gordon Brown at number 10, that a present had been deliberately left behind, for the incoming Prime Minister to find.
It was a dip-stick shaped plaque, engraved with the words:
"In the Governments bureaucratic system, an increase in expenditure will be matched by a fall in production. Such systems will act rather like "black holes" in the economic universe, simultaneously sucking in resources and shrinking in terms of "emitted" production."
To ensure that the incoming nepotist found this plaque, it was hidden in the gold-plated antique Gin dispenser.