Tony Blair's new book, released recently, at last reveals the extent to which he back stabbed poor old Gordy Brown, recently defeated PM of Britain and former chancellor in Blair's government.
Blair admits that he went round telling all and sundry that Brown was nothing more than "a whiskey drinking aped brain individual" whose purpose in life was "marginally more ambitious than a chimney sweep." He added that Brown "had as much charisma as a donkey's bollocks or a dog's backside".
The former Prime Minister revealed that he and his staff used to throw darts at a 22' by 10' poster of Brown just to keep Gordy forever humiliated and unworthy of any simple strand of respect from them. Whenever Brown appeared in the PM's office, Blair's staff would be battling to resist peels of laughter at his cheap shoes and second hand suit.
Blair openly admits that once deliberately tripped Gordon over on the Westminster parliament carpet whilst in transit to attend the Queen's opening of one session. "He was such a bumbling fool....completely hopeless!!" Blair wrote.
In response Gordon Brown has called Blair a "f...ing c..t".
Brown is expected to personally call on the former PM and probably bash Blair senseless.