What do Blair's memoirs tell you about Labour?
Tony Blair has revealed in his memoirs the inner workings of his relationship with Gordon Brown while they were prime minister and chancellor. Does it change your view of the Labour government?
Mr Blair said Gordon Brown's time as prime minister "was never going to work" because the former chancellor had "zero emotional intelligence".
He also told the BBC that Mr Brown could also be an "immense source of strength" but that Labour lost power because it "backed away" from further reforms.
Who do you think was the better prime minister? What do these revelations tell you about the Labour party and the inner workings of government? What do you think of the timing of the book's publication?
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