Given his contribution to raising the awareness of the Public Relations industry how I forgot to find time to post about Tony's exit I just don't know.
On the snippets of news I caught yesterday I thought he was fantastic yesterday, very dignified - unlike his wife who just cannot help herself and had a dig at the hacks as she left. I am sure some statto can say how many people have recieved a cross party standing ovation at their last appearance in the Commons, but it aint that many and I think it reflects what people think of him as a guy.
Crony and Sherry With their Latest Offspring
Ok, so he kind of biffed it over Iraq, but I believe him when he said that he genuinely thought he was acting in the best interests of the country - even if those "best interests" where oil and not WMD.
So now we have good old Gordon, married to a PR... let the good times roll.