European leaders have reached a "three pronged agreement" described as vital to solve the region's huge debt crisis.
After talks late into the night the leaders said that each member state will resolve to send any old jewellery they can find to Cash for Gold, who have agreed to produce larger envelopes to accommodate crowns, sovereign rings and even a small to medium sized sceptre.
Each leader has pledged to go home and clear out their loft, with the aim of doing a car boot sale in the spring, whilst the 17 members of the Euro agreed to phone up about the possibility of earning £££ working from home stuffing envelopes after reading about the opportunity on a flyer posted at a set of traffic lights.
They also agreed to set up an Excel spreadsheet with all of their income and expenditure on it to try and avoid this sort of thing happening again.
Greece said that it was extremely grateful for everything that was being done and they would promise to pay everyone back just as soon as they got a job. To show their appreciation they offered to buy a round, although sadly they had forgotten their wallet so Germany had to pick up the tab.