Nadine Dorries has revealed that a powerful Tory No10 fixer chopped up their ex-girlfriend’s rabbit before nailing it to the owner’s door in a horror attack.
The shocking incident was outlined in the former Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s new bombshell book The Plot: The Political Assassination of Boris Johnson, MailOnline revealed.
The shadowy figure was known as “Mr No”, she claimed.
Ms Dorries yesterday claimed she had been threatened with being blacklisted from public roles if she published the book.
She accused the Government of a “desperate” bid to halt publication.
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Ms Dorries only referred to the unknown figure as the James Bond villain “Dr No,” and claimed he had been employed at the top of the Conservative Party since the 1990s.
She said: “He is paid by Central Office, has a pass to No 10 and, some say, Rishi Sunak doesn’t move without first seeking his advice.
“And yet people can spend years working in No 10 and never hear his name mentioned.”
She claims he has been working in the shadows throughout various governments, including those of David Cameron, Theresa May and Rishi Sunak.
She went on to say that he had been on remand in prison for alleged arson.
However, most shocking was the claim of a “Mafia-style” killing of an ex-girlfriend’s pet rabbit.
She wrote: “When a girlfriend ended their relationship, it is rumoured that he had her little brother’s pet rabbit chopped into four and nailed to the front door of the family home to greet him when he got home from school, in true Mafia style.”
She even claims Dr No and his network helped orchestrate Rishi Sunak’s way into No10 as Prime Minister.
Ms Dorries went on to say that consecutive party chairmans would express confusion over who the person on the payroll listed as “Dr No” was.
She added: “For a man with a secretive past, he appears to have trouble keeping clear of the authorities. Dr No loves violence too. If ever there is a demonstration in Downing Street and he’s in there, he will slip out of the back door into the street and he seeks out the violent clashes. He doesn’t take part, he just cruises around and watches.
“It really is quite remarkable, over 40 years, only a handful of people who have been in No 10 could point him out to you. If a staffer ever asked, ‘Who is that man?’ as he shuffled past, there would be no answer forthcoming.”
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