Tony Blair: I kind of like him now he's off
It's only when he's not actually running the country that I'm starting to admire his impish little pixie face, as if he skipped magically out of some enchanted forest ten years ago, played some little pixie pranks on us all and is now skipping away again.
*Sigh*. Back to normality, then. Dull, old, staid old Gordon Brown. He means well, I'm sure. And look where magic pixie tricks got us anyway. War in Iraq and politics by spin machine, like so much candy floss.
He did what he thought was right, eh? Yes, it was a good swan song. I quite enjoyed it, especially the bit about Britain being special.
Hmmmm. Oh well, bye then, Tony!
A Scotsman in Downing Street and the SNP in Holyrood! We're not boring, anyway.