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Tony Blair is under increasing pressure from all sides; his back bench are revolting, the cabinet is split, and Gordon Brown keeps up the relentless campaign of fury. A meeting between Blair and Brown is said to have erupted into warfare, but no ostensible promise of a resignation date is given by Blair. They pose separately, smiling to the cameras and Blair seems to think the furore is over. The next day, the disgruntled bulk of Charles Clarke (a spurned ex-Blairite ex-Home Secretary) gives an interview in which he rubbishes Brown's character, but it is not seen as any kind of help to Blair - merely more trouble.