Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is moving more than a hundred staff into an office in London as he plots a return to politics, according to a report in UK newspaper The Sunday Times.
Mr Blair is said to want an important role in negotiating a good Brexit deal with the European Union (EU) and has reportedly held discussions with a number of senior MPs over his proposed return.
The 63-year-old is said to consider current Prime Minister Theresa May "a total lightweight" and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn "a nutter".
"He thinks there's a massive hole in British politics that he can fill," according to an anonymous source in the article.
Mr Blair's office has made moves to deny the claims - but in the 10 years since he was Prime Minister, Mr Blair has never ruled out a potential return.
Since 2007, Mr Blair has worked as an advisor for a number of companies and governments. This year he announced he was no longer pursuing business and would instead focus on not-for-profit work.
Pro-Brexit MPs are said to be worried by the latest reports, as Mr Blair is known to be strongly against a split with the EU. Last month he called upon anti-Brexit MPs to "prise apart the alliance which gave us Brexit".