Having wasted Britain's precious inheritance on profligate public spending for the last ten years, housekeeper Brown advises us to "show prudence in the kitchen. . .With prices soaring, he suggested we could save up to £8 a week by making our shopping go further".
He then flew off to a G8 conference to solve food problems in Africa while eating dinners prepared by a head chef assisted by 50 cooks.
You just couldn't make this stuff up.
We wait with bated breath for the frugal housewife's next piece of domestic advice.