Our links with Egypt are telling us that Mubarak is going today or tomorrow. He has been booked in, we are told, at The Farmer's Whistle in Clacton on Sea and should be arriving any day now.
Mrs Eileen Chuckle, the owner of the pub and boarding house has revealed that the secret departure of the former Egyptian President has already taken place and only recordings of him made earlier will be seen in Egypt.
'He's been given the best room in the house, with lovely views of the sea. We know he might be a bit upset at leaving his country and have laid on a welcome party of people who have visited the pyramids in recent years.'
As we write extraordinary scenes are being witnessed in Cairo as rumours spread about Clacton on Sea. Those with a knowledge of Clacton in Egypt are few and far between but our reporter has been describing the town to people in Tinnyman Square.'
History is being made and Britain still has a vital role to play.
From brochures from throughout the world Mubarak has chosen Clacton on Sea as his place of refuge. 'I know the people will be friendly' he told our Arab speaking friend who spoke to him making final arrangements for the short holiday break.
Anyone wanting to visit Clacton is advised to book early to avoid disappointment.