As Britain officially has 'no money left' a deal has been done with the Irish Government to supply Guiness to British Pubs to the value of £7 million pounds. This will mean Irish bankers will get their bonuses just in time for Christmas.
Ireland also has the begging bowl out for Euros as well and, in comparison, a paltry 70 million euros are being handed over by the IMF and European countries.
'When Banks are in need we must answer their cry for help. Pictures of the bankers sunning themselves in Cock have made us all cry' admitted the Head of Europes Banks Angel Mercia.
The Irish Finance Minister Brendan Notabean told the IMF: 'If you don't make us rich we will make everyone poor.' At which the counting of the money began.
But is Ireland the last country to get a bail out? Port from Portugal might well join the Guiness. In fact the whole pack of cards could come tumbling down. A global warning has gone out: 'Tourists: hurry up and visit these countries while they still have economies.'
'This is a disgrace' declared Tory Sir Joseph Stunk, who opposed the Euro and Europe from the beginning 'we should never have got mixed up with these foreigners.'
A Pop Concert 'Aid for Ireland' is being arranged with stars of X Factor leading the list of celebrities taking part. Being able to sing is not essential. Students are organising these historic fund raising concerts.