It was revealed today that Prime Minister David Cameron didn't accidentally leave his daughter behind in a pub they had visited.
Following a grilling by Lord Leveson earlier today, the Prime Minister broke down in tears to explain that he actually left his 8-year-old daughter behind on purpose in the pub they had visited.
He said that the incident came about when he and his wife Samantha were discussing the idea that Nancy was now old enough to stand on her own two feet and should seriously think about getting a job, rather than sponging off the state like her father does.
When they visited the pub, the "Slave and Whip" in Cadsden, Buckinghamshire, Samantha noticed the "Temporary Bar Staff Wanted" sign and suggested to her husband that it might be a good idea for Nancy to get a job there.
Checking that the salary was above the minimum wage - so as not to upset Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg - she started work immediately.
However, seeing as there are so many people in the UK quite happy to receive a financial award from the public for doing nothing - bankers, water company chiefs, rail transport bosses etc - they felt quite guilty and returned to the pub to collect her so that she could go home and do the hoovering and dusting instead.