Top people's store, Harrods, is marking this, the first of many Austerity Christmases, by limiting its production of top people's Christmas puddings to 750.
The puds contain "succulent vine fruits", chopped walnuts and juicy apricots, poached or marinaded or simmered or drenched in port and brandy; each pud also contains six lucky sixpences, so, be careful, you top people, that you don't choke on your Limited Edition Pud.
The puds are a steal at just £59 so, if Harrods made three million of them, then bottom people could each buy one with just one week's Job Seekers' Allowance, apart, of course, from those spendthrifts who claim that they cannot survive on sixty quid a week, and those who, quite rightly, don't get any money at all.
MPs, who are keen to abolish the body which scrutinises their "expenses", have indicated that taxpayers might buy each of them a Harrods Top People's Pudding as, in their own words, We are all in this trough together.
Here's wishing them a happy Up against the wall, motherfuckers.