EXCLUSIVE: Boris and Hammond in NHS Funding 'Piffle' Ding-Dong

BORIS JOHNSON and Philip Hammond have sensationally clashed at cabinet in what Boris called "An all out attack on the Brexit dividend" and described Chancellor Hammond's rejection of extra cash for other government departments as "piffle", TBG can exclusively reveal.

Whispers have reached TBG that Foreign Sec Boris had pushed so hard for extra NHS cash, announced by the Prime Minister this past weekend, that when calmly approached the Chancellor "Almost blew his top" when reacting to other budget requests, sources have revealed.

Philip Hammond told other colleagues that there was "No cash left", which apparently enraged Boris Johnson who launched the scathing verbal tirade in the Chancellor's direction.

One Tory source told TBG: "The Chancellor went all reddish and green at his gills, it was quite revealing that he maybe losing his grip on the PM. However all parties enjoyed the fresh coffee and locally sourced iced ringed doughnuts."

No.10 insiders reckon the clash between the Remain-Camp and Brexiteers in Cabinet certainly wont be the last, but it is thought that Prime Minister Theresa May seems more determined than ever to make Brexit a success for country and Party.