In a bizzare move Manchester United fans want help from another type of number 10 just when theirs appears to be misfiring.
Supporters have called on Prime Minister David Cameron to offer his support to embattled manager David Moyes - in the hope he will resign like Maria Miller.
A open letter purporting to be from the Manchester United Official Supporters Club noted how at least six cabinet members had resigned from their post after Cameron had "unswervingly offered his full backing" to them.
The tongue-in-cheek plea was published online before United crashed out of the Champions League to Bayern Munich.
Addressed to 10 Downing Street, the letter opens with feigned sympathy for Cameron after Culture Secretary Miller resigned from her post.
It then credits the prime minister for standing by the beleaguered MP before pleading supporters would be "grateful if you could help us out by publicly issuing a statement offering your full backing to Mr David Moyes".
United's own number 10, Wayne Rooney, was particularly poor in the defeat to Munich, which ends the club's hopes of silverware this season and leaves them facing the prospect of missing out on Champions League qualification for the first time in 19 years.