David Cameron has secretly reconsidered his decision to veto the Eurozone agreement, not because Coalition Deputy Prime Minister Nick Flegg threw a wobbly and poured arsenick in his tea but because he overheard the French foreign minister talking about 'not inviting Cameron to the Euro Leaders Wife Swapping Party'.
Apparently the ELWS Parties as they are privately referred to in G7 Memo's were originated by Sylvio Berlusconi and soon became a regular fixture after hours of boring finance debates and disagreements.
The pick of the evenings are of course meeting and possibly kopping off with the French PMs wife, Italian supermodel Carla Brunel, who once did the dirty with the president of rock, Sir Micky 'Moves Like' Jagger.
Cameron has asked his policy advisor to find a way back to the Euro Treaty Table in the new year as a 'matter of priority' but make it look like we did it for economic reasons and we were backed into a corner.
Before he has smoozed his way back into the heart of Europes bosom, he has another issue closer to home to sort out. He must convince his own Iron Lady Samantha to start living up to her nickname of SamCam when the parties get started.