Gordon Brown's future as leader of the Labour Party was thrown into to doubt following revelations that he is a prolific contributer to popular online newspaper The Spoof.
Following the recent slur email scandal our source, Mr Ben Downing-Street, revealed that Gordon Brown had used various pseudonyms to disguise his identity.
Under the name Gordon Tan he wrote a story claiming shadow chancellor George Osborne regularly pushed old ladies over whilst out jogging.
As Gordon Chestnut he revealed that former Tory leader William Hague was in fact the re incarnation of The Mekon and had intended to take over the world.
As Gordon Coffee he suggested the Conservatives planned to make Margaret Thatcher the new Queen of England.
In one of his most popular stories as Gordon Cocoa-Colour he claimed a Tory source showed him detailed plans that proved the Tories were going to turn the Houses of Parliament into Disneyland London.
Downing Street denied all knowledge of such actions by Gordon Brown and claimed the findings were entirely fictitious.