Royters: The friendly alliance between the US and UK leaders George Bush and Tony Blair, has reached a new high, say reports.
Gordon Brownose, interviewed on the BBC News about the Labour leadership debacle, told Huw Edwards, (the one with the funny lip), that the World leaders had 'pet names' for each other.
Up until recently, Mr Bush had called Mr Blair 'Tony', whilst the PM had replied using Mr Bush's name 'George'.
Lately, however, said Mr Brownose, the US leader had fondly started to use the term 'Smiler' whenever he and Mr Blair were alone.
For his part, Mr Blair had respectfully used 'Pops' to describe Mr Bush.
It is not thought either of the two are homosexual, but little is actually known of the goings-on behind closed doors.
The President's advisers have warned him that the PM "does smile a little too much to be totally straight".