Another day, another regret

More bitter experience. More unfinished business.

LP has pointed out The Guardian article in which Lord Falconer declares that Tony Blair has "big regrets" about not tackling the culture of public-service provision earlier. "I don't think we even really clocked that agenda until four or five years on", he is reported as saying.

This is looking like a theme. Why would the departing leader and his supporters be drawing attention to his failures? Has anyone got an alternative explanation to the one I posited yesterday?



I think you are spot on - it was a calculated attack on Cameron's inexperience and current policies dressed up as an honest and frank admission that he got it wrong (but all is well now... apparently!)