Prime Minister David Cameron has today confirmed his cabinet reshuffle.
At a press conference early this morning, attend mainly by members of the press, Mr Cameron confirmed that his old cabinet had been effectively "thrown out the window of number 10".
However, following the reshuffle, a policeman politely knocked on the door of number 10 and arrested the Prime Minister, taking him to the local police station to help them with their enquiries.
It appears that in his enthusiasm to shuffle his cabinet out the window, the Prime Minister didn't look out of the window first, and the cabinet - an old 1991 glass-fronted affair from the famous Hull cabinet maker MFI - crashed to the ground, narrowly missing BBC editor Robert Peston, who was busily waving his hands and nodding his head very actively - but sincerely - in front of the camera at the time.
Ed Milliband, who is a bloke from another political group in Parliament, said this activity was so typical of the Conservatives. He went on to say that when he throws old things out of the window of the Labour Party HQ, such as Dennis Skinner and Arthur Scargill, he always looks out first.