Former prime minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair, much publicised memoirs of his time in office, went on sale to the public this morning.
A scan through the pages reveals the shock of the former PM having hair pulling girly fights with his chancellor, Gordon Brown when they disagreed over the budget prior his leaving the office.
The former PM wanted ex-prime ministers to be able to claim tax rebates for entertainment costs whilst in office and be tax exempt for any future earnings. Brown was unhappy as this would have made a larger budget deficit than he'd accounted for and he didn't think he could get away with raiding the pensions funds again, to make up the missing monies, as he'd previously wiped them out in a prior budget balancing attempt.
Another entry tells of late night poker sessions with members of the conservative and liberal parties, playing marbles with the Queen, hopscotch with the German prime minister and tiddlywinks with George Bush.
Reportly, Blair was very upset when he lost in the play offs and sulked the remainder of Bushs' visit to the UK.
After reaching the end of the memoirs it is wondered if Blair ever did any proper prime ministering, and what will be contained in Gordon Browns diary publications set for release early next year.