Oh you can but dream. The Prime Minister and his wife are shown being expelled from No 10, naked and disgraced amid the horrors of Iraq in a controversial triptych that will form the centrepiece of this summer's Royal Academy exhibition. Expulsion from Paradise, by Michael Sandle, goes on display at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2007 Expulsion from Paradise, by the sculptor and academician Michael Sandle, 71, shows Tony and Cherie Blair standing in front of No 10, confronted by brutality and chaos. In an allegorical reference to the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, the Blairs are shown cowering on the front step of the prime ministerial residence while, to their right, a British soldier beats Iraqi civilians, and, to their left, body parts rain down on a pile of Iraqi corpses. The left panel of the 4.5m x 1.5m (15ft x 5ft) charcoal drawing depicts Cpl Donald Payne, who last September became the first British serviceman to acknowledge having committed a war crime when he admitted to the inhuman treatment of unnamed Iraqi civilians in Basra in Sept 2003. The stark political drawing will hang in Gallery V next to watercolours of the English Romantic tradition and a drawing of First World War soldiers at a spot on the Somme nicknamed Moo Cow Farm. The Summer Exhibition runs from 11 June - 19 August 2007 and had more than 150,000 visitors last year.