Prime Minister David Cameron has today demanded a full public enquiry into what is now being called the Fox report.
It is claimed that Defence Secretary Liam Fox may have granted unprecedented access to classified files and to ministerial privileges over the past two years and some in the media have begun to question the nature of their relationship.
The Fox report, as leaked to the press, is expected to reveal the following details about this matter: "A fox is a sort of dog thing what is orangey brown and lives in holes and gets chased around the country by posh knobs on big horses. They smell funny and they probably don't have any friends either and have never been on X-Factor so nobody knows who they are. And my gran said one of them got the squirts all over her patio and she thinks they should have their whats-names chopped off. My gran smells funny and has no friends either, I reckon she might be a fox as well."
In related news, the PM has also asked for a full enquiry into the standard of ministerial reviewers.