It's definately a little weird considering what he's said about blair in the past. The thing is I still don't feel that cameron has the same connection with the people that blair had. Now yeah some people hated him because of the war and still do but at the end of the day tony blair successful kept the labour party in power for 13 years. blair was and is the Labour Party's longest-serving Prime Minister; the only person to have led the Labour Party to three consecutive general election victories; and he is the only Labour Prime Minister to serve consecutive terms, more than one of which was at least four years long - that is fact no matter what you think of him. Even if people weren't for the war the majority kept him in power even when only 60% (I believe) of people voted in the last general election. I don't feel that at any point cameron could do that. agreed! I have a big headache after watching the Leaders Debate on ITV. I think Gordon Brown stepped out of the box a little for me but mostly they were all humming the same tune that they've always done, Brown say we're on the road to recover, Cameron babbling on like a twit about change and Clegg saying I'm the one to make a real difference and real change. What did you make of it all *lisasimpson*? Were you able to watch it? The 1 minute each thing was a little annoying but atleast it meant they kept to the point! BTW, the next one is next Thursday on Sky News at the same time. Last one will be done by the BBC.