Nonsense! This paragraph was laugh out loud funny, as well as accurate: "I imagine him doing something like that. Although the oaf has no imagination, so I imagine him needing to use dolls or something. Telling them what to do, instructing them how to eat breakfast (a frugal offering of porridge - made with water, not milk) and passing half a million pages of secondary legislation controlling every last tiny aspect of their lives" I bought Tony Blair's "A Journey" on audiobook. Why? One, I was interested to hear him explain his legacy away. Two, it was read by Blair, which is a real treat. His way of speaking, has always been, of immense interest to me. He puts, pauses, where none ought exist; and has particular way, of speaking. Joy comes in the form of Tony trying with half a bottom to explain his controversial decisions - inevitably, they end with "Believe me or not, I don't mind". Kind of like the French waiter in the Mr Creosol skit. The other part comes from the way head prefect Blair puts down Brown. He feels compelled to make a token effort at being conciliatory and the Better Man, but it's weak and transparent so you just get this leader who restored Britain's fortunes in a way (and ushered in the glorious ascent of 'ealth and Safety) having a schoolyard bitch. Highly recommended for that, and his cadence, alone.