Editors at one of the UK's popular magazines which helps the homeless earn a bit of cash on the side, have landed what they consider to be the biggest fish the magazine has ever caught.
Gordon Brown, former Prime Minister and now Homeless Person, has been drafted to be their "Face of 2010".
Brown, although still gripping onto the door-jambs of 10 Downing Street, has privately accepted that he will now be resident of Cardboard City, near Waterloo Station.
Mr. Brown has agreed to man the Fleet Street West position in London, and has already embraced the magazine's ethical stance on homelessness. "What choice did I have?" Brown asked angrily. "Bloody Clegg has forced myself and Sarah into this situation whilst he climbs into a no-doubt comfortable bed with the cosy Tory, Cameron. I even hear that William Hague is tucking them in."
In order to become more authentic, Brown has agreed to adopt "tramp's" apparel, and develop a £200 a day Crystal Methamphetamine habit.
In the current issue Mr. Brown has written "10 best Soup Kitchens in the South-East."