David Cameron's crew wanted to use the superstar DJ's tune for their meeting in Bournemouth in October, but Norm refused flat out.
Back in 2004, the Labour Party used Fatboy's track 'Right Here Right Now' at an event without his approval, which triggered a public slagging of Blair and co by Cook.
He felt that the use of his track implied he was somehow supporting Labour's politics, which couldn't be further from the truth.
This time the Tories, wishing to avoid a similar rant from Fatboy, politely asked for permission, but in reality they needn't have as a blanket PPL event license would have given them the permission to play any music they wanted.
"At least the Conservatives had the decency to ask first, unlike Labour," said Norm.
"The Tories, however, remain my least favourite political party - so an emphatic 'no' is the answer."