Speculation is growing as to the identity of the person who lobbied David Cameron in the study with the sharpened pencil. Leaks from No 10 confirm that someone has been inappropriately influencing David Cameron, although no details have been released on their identity.
Labour are calling for full disclosure of everyone who has spoken to Mr Cameron, including a list their likes on Facebook, in an effort to discover if the lobbying allegations are true.
Mr Miliband's spokesman has downplayed this turn of events:
"Given his current popularity, we find it hard to believe that anyone is really lobbying Mr Cameron. I'm sure it's only a matter of time before we realise that it's just Mr Clegg looking for someone to chat to".
Some had speculated that angry union leaders were defecting from their traditional Labour-bent to get involved in a "good bit of Tory lobbying", although more recent evidence suggests that they have merely been caught chatting with Mr Cable.
Some media pundits have pointed out that Tory's squeaky clean image would be forever tarnished by such suggestions.