UK Prime Minister Liz Truss and Chancellor for the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng are to appear on the new series of Eat Well for Less, the BBC has announced.
The show, hosted by Chris Bavin and Jordan Banjo, helps families across the UK save money by examining their grocery spend and cooking from scratch.
And now the duo will turn their hand to helping the maligned Tory pair to governing from scratch.
“We’ve really got our work cut out with these two,” said Bavin. “They keep wanting to spend and spend, but are completely outstripping their monthly income.”
“Frankly, I think we’ve bit off more than we can chew,” said Banjo. “Rustling up nutritious home-made curries and switching to own brand cereals aren’t going to make a dent in this mess.
If they knuckle down, cut benefits and slash NHS funding we might be able to save them £20 a week.”
Truss and Kwarteng were not available for comment, but are understood to be open to appointing Bavin and Banjo in key Treasury Advisor roles.
Meanwhile, a Downing Street spokesperson stated that the Chancellor will continue to scramble down the back of the sofa, searching for that elusive £45m.