THE woman at the centre of the storm over allegations that the Prime Minister is a bully has offered to resign from her charity.
GORDON Brown attempted to come to the defence of Chancellor Alistair Darling today, denying he had instructed aides to unleash "the forces of hell" against him as Tory leader David Cameron seized the opportunity to attack the Government.
GORDON Brown today denied he had instructed his aides to unleash "the forces of hell" against Alistair Darling as he insisted he had "huge" respect for the Chancellor.
THE Downing Street bullying scandal took a new turn last night when Alistair Darling, right, revealed for the first time how Gordon Brown's advisers tried to undermine him.
GORDON Brown's wife Sarah has spoken out in his defence amid accusations he bullied Downing Street staff, claiming that "what you see is what you get" with her husband.
DO STAFF leave 10 Downing Street, collars askew, hair mussed and black of eye after a "robust policy discussion" with the Prime Minister? Of course not. But there are few who doubt that Gordon Brown has a volcanic temper and will, on occasion, administer what Alex Ferguson described as the "hairdryer" – a volley of demands that are akin to being blasted in the face with hot air. So, the question then becomes: is he an office bully?
CLAIMS that the Prime Minister has been bullying his staff in Downing Street began to unravel last night after his most senior civil servant came to his aid.
CHARITY boss Christine Pratt was under the spotlight yesterday over explosive claims about calls to her anti-bullying helpline from staff in Number 10.
THE focus on Gordon Brown's alleged man-management problems began when a Sunday paper claimed last month that questions were being asked about incidents of bullying.
CONSERVATIVE leader David Cameron today called on 10 Downing Street to look into allegations of bullying of staff as the row over allegations about Gordon Brown's behaviour intensified.
Gordon Brown found himself at the centre of unwanted attention over the weekend as revelations about his temper and alleged abuse of Downing Street staff emerged in a Sunday newspaper.