THEY are the bullying allegations that simply won't go away, despite Number 10's best efforts to try and kill off the most explosive political story of the Millennium.
And today fresh evidence has come to light of Gordon Brown's volatile and dangerous temper, when a man sensationally claimed that the Prime Minister once 'looked at him a bit funny', a few years ago.
Our exclusive tape recording reveals the traumatised Whitehall official's disturbing account of events, which will surely make this fucking story drag on for another week, whether you want it to or not create fresh concerns over the fitness of Brown to lead the country.
Barely audible above the tears, the senior official says: "There was this one time, right, when I was sitting at a table eating a sandwich. I think it was cheese. And then Gordon came in and he was all scary and I thought he was going to throw a table at my head or something.
"And he was in the room, and he looked at me, you know? He was just looking at me, funny.
"We all used to kind of dismiss these things and say, oh that's Gordon, but I think it's really important that the Conservative Party are returned to their rightful place in Government, and, oh, I mean, it's really important that the public should be made aware of this sinister man's evil scary stare which makes everyone scared.
"And there was this other time, right, he said 'Good morning' to me. It was the afternoon."
Labour has so far dismissed the explosive row, somehow, almost as if it wasn't of any interest to anyone except the kind of friendless unfortunates who call Parliament 'the Westminister Village' and actually give a shit about what people like Nick Robinson and Andrew Rawnsley say. Some members of the so-called 'public' have even complained about the coverage, saying "For fuck's sake, is that it? Genuine bullying allegations would be important, but what the fuck is all this shit? Have you ever worked in a real job, ever?"
But it is surely a matter of time before the public get very angry about this story we are constantly forcing them to read, whether they like it or not, and actually do what we want.