London, Nov 11 (ANI): A handwriting expert has said that British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's scrawl shows a man in "extreme turmoil".
Deborah Jaffe, a scientific handwriting analyst, examined the letter the PM penned to hero soldier's mum Jacqui Janes.
"At the time of writing this letter, the Prime Minister is very tense and suffering a certain amount of agitation," The Daily Star quoted her as saying.
"This can be seen in the slanting writing and erratic spacing.
"They are both factors in emotional turmoil. The spelling errors are not conscious. When people write under pressure it is very common to make mistakes or even miss entire words out.
"For Mr Brown the message impulse was far more important than the layout of the letter," she added.
She also said that his handwriting indicated that the PM was "the wrong man for the wrong job". (ANI)