Apparently this rumour is doing the rounds.
Well the fact remains that the current situation is like a Tory rightwinger's sauciest fantasy made real. The ECB has been pushing, as hard as it can, for a situation in which the Eurozone's only affordable sunny destinations are sorely tempted to say "sod it", form their own breakaway rebel union, and devalue their way to solvency.
So much for the macro picture. The micro situation is that such an eventuality would set the stage for an early recovery, and possibly a rennaissance in FF support.
It's not out of the question that a period of high job creation could happen in such a scenario. And, of course, it will slow or even reverse the number of mortgages slipping into arrears. A good time to call an election to minimise losses.
It's all rumour and supposition at this point, of course.