He'll always come under fire from the opposition no matter what he says, but this really gives them some ammo for sure! He's been PM
for a long time now and even though i've had my doubts about him and his party i do believe he's done his best...Gordon Brown as PM
though i really do not want to see. As for Blair changing his mind, why not? Is it set in stone that one you tender your resignation that you have to leave? Did he make it official? If he did, he is the PM
after all......i believe that more and more people (be it from his party, the press or joe public) are thinking of the phrase 'familiarity breeds contempt'. It's a shame, i don't agreee with everything he does, but i do believe he's done his best for the UK and made a long lasting impact. When he does retire i hope he enjoys it as it's got to be well deserved.