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By Simon Walters, Mail on Sunday Political Proofreader
Published: 22:13 BST, 11 January 2014 | Updated: 13:59 BST, 12 January 2014
Ed Balls what’s more, Shadow Remote Secretary Douglas Alexander had to be ‘dragged apart’ at the point when they nearly came to blows amid a blasting row, it was uncovered last night.
Former Bureau Serve Tessa Jowell was constrained to intervene, saying she dreaded the Work rivals were about to get into a ‘fisticuffs’.
The dust-up happened at the point when the Shadow Chancellor what’s more, Mr Alexander conflicted in a private room in the Lodge over the party’s strategy on Europe.
Ed Balls (left) what’s more, Douglas Alexander (right) purportedly had to be dragged separated by Tessa Jowell after paddling over the Europe vote

Mr Balls told Labour’s Shadow Bureau he had Mr Alexander’s full bolster in toughening Labour’s position on the EU.
But pro-Brussels Mr Alexander blamed him of lying what’s more, the two men slugged it out in a angry confrontation.
The push was unveiled by Work insiders after Mr Balls’s offer to diminish his ‘bruiser’ picture by applauding Lib Dem pioneer Scratch Clegg as ‘friendly what’s more, warm’.

Labour associates say ill will caused by the Balls-Alexander flare-up is disturbing the party’s arrangements for next year’s General Election.
Mr Alexander is Labour’s race boss what’s more, partners of Mr Balls say the Shadow Chancellor has been ‘shut out’ of the campaign.
The push happened at the point when Mr Balls driven a Work snare on David Cameron by backing revolt Tory MPs in a Lodge vote requesting a cut in the EU’s financial plan in October 2012.

Mr Alexander denounced Mr Balls of plotting the U-turn while he was on a trip to America.

The previous Bureau Serve was constrained to mediate supposedly dreading the match would end up in a fight

By the time Mr Alexander returned to the UK on October 28, Mr Balls had talked Work pioneer Ed Miliband into concurring to the strategy somersault.
The following day, an article co-written by Mr Balls what’s more, a hesitant what’s more, jet-lagged Mr Alexander, spelling out the Work switch, showed up in a national newspaper. Companions of Mr Alexander say he was ‘bounced’ into it.
On October 31, 2012, Work what’s more, Tory rebels properly crushed Mr Cameron in the Lodge vote – yet Mr Alexander was seething. The Work pair squared up to each other in the Shadow Bureau Room, what’s more, a   Woman Tessa – who frequently acted as peacemaker between Tony Blair what’s more, Gordon Dark colored amid their time in Bringing down Road – had to intervene.
She said afterward she dreaded the match would come to blows. ‘She said it almost finished in fisticuffs what’s more, she had to drag them apart,’ said a source.
Another Work insider added: ‘Ed what’s more, Douglas were shouting mishandle what’s more, poking fingers at each other.
‘Ed said the choice to vote with the Tory rebels was concurred in full by Douglas’s team. Douglas was radiant what’s more, called him a liar. Ed denied it.’
If they had come to blows, Mr Balls, who is more intensely manufactured than Mr Alexander, may have had the upper hand.
Although they are both matured 46, ‘Bruiser Balls’ is a sharp footballer what’s more, is as forceful on the pitch as he is at the point when yelling what’s more, gesturing at Mr Cameron in the Commons.
‘Deadly Doug’ is a wily behind-the-scenes operator, be that as it may mild-mannered by comparison.
Both were driving individuals of Gordon Brown’s internal circle, yet relations crumpled amid Mr Brown’s on-off General Decision disaster in 2007, with claims that partners of Mr Balls attempted to fault Mr Alexander.
Mr Alexander was blamed of ‘betrayal’ by companions of Mr Balls at the point when he driven Blairite David Miliband’s fizzled Work initiative battle in 2010.
Dame Jowell professedly had to act as peacemaker between Tony Blair what’s more, Gordon Dark colored amid their time in office

In 2005, Mr Alexander was the Serve for Europe who endorsed a cut in the UK’s refund from Brussels what’s more, an increment in the EU’s budget.
Two a long time later, Mr Balls assaulted the EU’s ‘outdated budget’ – seen as a side-swipe at Mr Alexander.
More recently, Mr Balls moved to push Work towards backing an ‘in-out’ submission on Britain’s enrollment of the EU, a move wildly restricted by Mr Alexander.
A Work official said: ‘Balls presents a comfortable picture of himself playing the piano what’s more, visiting with his new best companion Scratch Clegg. Yet it’s a sham. Everybody knows he is a political thug.’
However, a supporter of Mr Balls hit back: ‘Ed’s ploy to interface up with Tory EU nonconformists was a success. This is sharp grapes by Douglas’s camp.’
The Balls-Alexander push comes less than two months after The Mail on Sunday uncovered how a spilled email from Ed Miliband’s office portrayed Mr Balls as ‘a nightmare.’
A representative for Mr Balls said: ‘There was no push about the EU financial plan vote. We effectively crushed the Government on it what’s more, Ed what’s more, Douglas invited the result.’
Mr Alexander what’s more, Lady Tessa both declined to remark last night.
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