Leaked memos recall Blair and Brown's power battle
Memos belonging to shadow chancellor Ed Balls detailing plans to have Gordon Brown succeed Tony Blair as prime minister from 2005, have been published by the Telegraph newspaper.
The newspaper has obtained more than 30 documents belonging to Mr Balls, including communications between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
On a copy of one of Mr Blair's letters that he passed to Mr Balls, Mr Brown had scribbled the words "shallow", "inconsistent" and "muddled".
Mr Balls, a long term ally of Gordon Brown, said it was "not true" to say the pair plotted to oust Tony Blair from office.
This video shows key public pronouncements from Blair and Brown about the Labour leadership, with reaction from Ed Balls, and former Labour spin doctor Lance Price.