In a message to the Prime Minister members of a shadowy group thought to run the UK have produced a shock for Cameron that has him worried.
'After your success in selling ropey 2nd hand cars, such as the Pickles and the Osborne Convertible, we are issuing a new challenge to you for 2012. We want you now to sell wrecked cars.'
Cameron was taken aback by this pronouncement and asked how he could do that.
The shadowy spokesperson for the all powerful group replied: 'Selling wrecked cars should be easy, just blame the previous owners and explain the vehicles came from Europe.'
'There's a limit to what I can do' pleaded Cameron 'is there no other way?'
'No it is wrecks or nothing. You don't think the economy can afford anything else do you?'
Cameron began to feel a little more confident as he brushed up his sales talk. His advisors were quickly at work devising a strategy.
'Recycling is the answer David' said ex Tabloid adviser Silas Creep 'go for the Green economy. It will keep the Lib-Dems happy and you will find that people will thank you.'
A new slogan was born at Tory HQ - 'Turning a Wreck into the Green Future'.