The Houses of Parliament are in need of a serious refurb.
The restoration project, which might cost the taxpayer as much as £5.7bn, would require our politicians to find a new home for up to six years.
Step in architects Studio Egret West who have come up with a daring new plan to relocate the Houses of Parliament to Bristol.
The architects' project aims for a bonkers "21st century building that promotes greater accountability, visibility and connectivity between politicians and people".
The HoP Bristol drawings show a hill, which visitors are invited to climb in order to look down into the speaker's theatre (which will "encourage collective decision-making"); a debating chamber inspired by a clearing in the woods (meaning more "cross-party cooperation"); and, as with all new buildings being conceived at the moment, there'll be "flexible workspaces, visitor facilities, a hotel and restaurants".
The team HoP Bristol suggest that this solution to the restoration problem could save billions of pounds.
Want to find out more? Pop into HoP Bristol at Studio Egret West, 3 Brewhouse Yard, EC1V 4JQ, between 10am and 6pm from 19 April to 6 May.