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Thursday, 30 November 2006

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A row erupted today at Prime Ministers Question Time when Tony Blair was offered a 'fair dig in the carpark' by former Liberal Party leader Charles Kennedy.

The former political heavyweight was clearly inebriated and had been spotted earlier in the park drinking a 2 litre bottle of 'white lightening' and bumming fags from passers-by.

Kennedy's political career has suffered of late due to rumours of alcoholism and he had recently been arrested after a two hour stand off with armed police on the roof of a London pub.

The incident occurred just as the Prime Minister was concluding a speech on the upcoming budget.

"It was unbelievable," said one eyewitness. "Kennedy was absolutely hammered and came steaming in threatening to kick the shit out of Tony. There was pandamonium, with MP's shouting 'Leave it' and 'He's not worth it'".

It is understood that Mr Kennedy offered the Prime Minister a 'fair dig in the car park' but was refused.

Gordon Brown told reporters today, "You could see Tony was bricking it when Kennedy came in. Tony likes to think he's a hard man, invading Iraq and all that but Charlie's an absolute nutjob and wouldn't think twice about pulling a knife. Tony knew that and bottled out."

Police investigating the incident found Mr Kennedy slumped in the doorway of Harrods, he was charged with affray and released without bail.

The former Liberal leader declined to comment about the incident when questioned at the Salvation Army hostel he now calls home.

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