Cherie's fury at spin doctor's Baby Leo paternity claims

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Tuesday, 29 May 2007

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Bed-hopping Cherie "totally bonkers"

Drowning Street - (Ass Mess): Cherie Blair has lashed out out former No 10 spin chief Alistair Campbell's diary revelations that say she has had countless affairs with most of the cash-for-honors peers ennobled by her husband including Merlin Bio-Scams' CEO Sir Chris 'Bung' Evans' who fathered Baby Leo Blair, now aged five.

A sneak preview of Campbell's book says that the Blair marriage has been purely one of convenience after teetering on the verge of divorce just before the Labour election victory of 1997 which provided a large sticking plaster to a 'sick relationship well past its sell-by'.

Campbell also says that Cherie had an on-off dalliance with Bill Clinton that nearly wrecked US-UK relations after the CIA discovered she had used British Intelligence sources to cover up her philandering.

Most damaging of all is Campbell's assertion that Cherie and George W Bush have their own love-child, a woman now in her thirties who is a convicted fraudster living in the UK, connected professionally to the Dame Shirley Porter gerrymandering scandal of the 1980s and 90s.

Campbell says this love-child was paid by the US Corrupt Bastards Club to ensure that the homes-for-votes scam run by Margaret Thatcher was buried along with all links to information in the public domain that show Cherie to be the daughter of the ex-KBG traitor Robert Maxwell and Thatcher herself.

The memoir will be out on July 9, price £25.

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