The simmering tensions between David Cameron and Tory EU rebels Boris Johnson and Michael Gove are laid bare today.The Prime Minister is ‘petrified’ of the London Mayor – and thinks that Justice Secretary Mr Gove is a Maoist who’s gone ‘a bit nuts’.He called the EU referendum as a ‘party management issue’ to keep ‘mad’ Right-wing Tory MPs at bay – and had little idea how he would get a better deal from Brussels. Scroll down for video Leadership rival: Prime Minister David Cameron (right) with London Mayor Boris Johnson in August 2012The bombshell disclosures come in a new book by former Lib Dem Cabinet Minister David Laws – written with the aid of ex-Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg. They lift the lid on secret Cabinet discussions and intimate one-to-one meetings during the Conservative-Lib Dem Coalition. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Hammond: Let’s create a Schengen visa and open our borders…. Cabinet Euro rebel Gove is on the brink over Royal Brexit… What Cameron REALLY thinks of his Brexit rivals, revealed by… The Queen jokes about her death… in a private conversation… Share this article Share 802 shares Astonishingly, Clegg gives a detailed account of a private conversation with the Queen when… Read full this story
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