Tony Blair has recently told friends he needs £5 million a year to fund his lifestyle.
He's nothing to worry about though, not yet anyway. He's recently agreed to be paid £700,000 a year to act as a 'strategic advisor' to Khosia Ventures, a venture capitalist firm founded by Indian billionaire Vinod Khosia.
His role? To advise the company on how to make money from the climate change scam.
In a recent statement Mr Blair said: "Solving the climate crisis is more than just a political agenda item; it's an urgent priority that requires innovation, creativity and ambition."
It is urgent Mr Blair. The climate change sceptics are now being acknowledged in high places.