- 27 Jun 07, 06:02 PM
"And that is that…the end".
We devote the whole of tonight's programme to the handover of Prime Ministerial power.
David Grossman was on the front row of the Commons press gallery for Tony Blair's last Prime Minister's Questions. He witnessed an unprecedented sending off by Blair's fellow Parliamentarians. Combat suspended - for a while at least - the former PM received warm tributes, a standing ovation, as well as many good hearted pats on the back, he even threw in some good jokes. David brings us the definitive account of the final hours of Blair's premiership.
"Let the work of change begin"
Michael Crick started his day at the Treasury and has been watching the equally compelling journey of Gordon Brown's path to Number 10. He'll have the latest news on any reshuffle announcements.
Jeremy will be interviewing top figures from all the three parties as well as Quentin Letts, Andrew Rawnsley and Jackie Ashley.
We also reveal the winner of the Order of the Brown Nose.
Do add your thoughts on what should be on Tony Blair's political epitaph.
Do join Jeremy at 22:30. Leave your thoughts below.