The famous letter left by the outgoing chief secretary to the Treasury, which claimed "there is no money", could now end up in the National Archives.
In a new book, David Laws, the former Lib Dem MP for Yeovil, describes receiving the letter from his Labour predecessor Liam Byrne after the 2010 election.
It has been widely quoted ever since, but Mr Laws has kept the original and only shown it once - to ITV.
Mr Laws told our political correspondent, Bob Constantine, that he may leave it to the Treasury in his will.
Join us on ITV News West Country tonight at 6 for the full interview with David Laws, as he talks coalition, expenses rows, and the 2015 election wipeout.