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Maybe boris jhonson has heard calls to resign if this parody Facebook announcement is something to pass.

The house of the Prime Minister – Number 10 Downing Street – is “available to rent” for a whopping £12,346 a month.

The humorous ad was featured on Facebook Marketplace, an area for users to buy and sell products online.

The post appeared on Wednesday, January 12, hours after Johnson apologized for attending a Downing Street party in March 2020.

The prime minister made his first public appearance since an email from his top private secretary, Martin Reynolds, was leaked. The email invited Downing Street staff to a meeting on May 20, 2020 to “make the most of the lovely weather”.

Johnson apologized to MPs and the country for allowing the parties to go ahead in 10 Downing Street Garden.

He told the Commons: “In hindsight I should have sent everyone back inside. I should have found another way to thank them.”

No.10 Downing Street ‘available to rent’

Despite the national outrage, one social media user found the funny side.

The “seller” posing as the prime minister joked: “I’ll be moving soon. Completely redecorated not long ago, everyone on the street is very nice, we love having a weird party now again. Inbox for more details.”

Number 10 is listed as a four-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment and is delivered unfurnished.

To see for yourself you can find the listing at facebook marketplace.

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