Gordon Brown, Labour Prime Minister of UK, has decided to place the official residence of UK PMs, 10 Downing Street, on the market.
In a brief statement, Mr Brown decided that the cost of repairs and maintenance each year was becoming too great an expense and that the right thing to do was place number 10 on the open market and look elsewhere for a new residence.
The PM's residence has been constantly used since the latter part of the nineteenth century and obviously has become more and more a museum piece for lots of people to stare at.
Gordon Brown has denied suggestions that he and his family were considering taking up full time residency in the London Eye, a modern ferris wheel construction located just near the Houses of Parliament.
The Prime Minister is hoping to sell the existing residence through Piranha Brothers realty, a respected estate agency in London's east end. Sources reveal that among the interested buyers are a Islamist Prayer Group as well as Baroness Margaret Thatcher who really only wants her old job back.