Downing Street, London SW1 - (ReUterus & Associated Mess): The Prime Minister's official spokesman confirmed this morning that the original copy of the famous 2002 WMD 'Dodgy Dossier' has been autographed by the PM's wife Cherie who will present it to President Bush tomorrow when she and her husband travel to Washington DC to attend a White House auction funraiser hosted by the President and the First Lady.
The event has been billed as a charitable benefit for and on behalf of Mr Bush's alma mater, the Crawford Chapter of the Ancient American Order of the Skull 'N' Bones, which notably sponsored Mrs Blair throughout her academic studies in the UK and then later as a fledgeling scouser barrister defending Taleban rent-boys employed in the UK by The Prince's Truss.
Critics have panned the move as 'tasteless' given that the "authoritative, incontrovertible and conclusive" document was originally cribbed off the internet by the Blairs' eldest son Euan who then got £50 hush-money for it from UK Joint Intelligence Committee's chairman John "Captain" Scarlett.
The document claimed a fruitcake in the White House had found yellow cake in Saddam's lock-up, justifying the Bush Administration's subsequent invasion of Iraq.
It also triggered the outing of a CIA spook who named that fruitcake as Karl Rove.
Official UK war archivists have rated the Dossier of such priceless importance that it merits a place of high honor in the nation's Imperial War Museum official Iraq exhibit.
But Downing Street decided that such a historical document deserved wider exposure to an audience more likely to appreciate its finest nuances, and Mrs Blair kindly obliged by penning her monicker to the weighty hysterical tome.
Now it will take pride of place as the Blairs attend the black tie Gala Dinner and Auction at the White House tomorrow night where it is hoped it will raise sufficient $$$$$$$$$$$s to bankroll Euan Blair's post-graduate studies at Harvard later this year, where he hopes to major in the Bones' flagship 'Sycophancy & Arse-licking for the Republicans' diploma course.
Some US commentators have suggested that whoever makes the successful bid at the White House event tomorrow evening may well be an integral player from the original Bush 2000 election campaign, maybe even a Pioneer from the Presdident's initial foray into politics as Governor of Texarse. And high on that list of potential admirers are the Reverend Jerry Falwell and the equally reverend Sun Myung Moon, leader of the Unification Movement and majority shareholder of a novel uranium enrichment plant situated in the outskirts of Tehran.