What will politics be like in a world without Blair?
We have known for months that this was coming but still the hard fact that Tony Blair will not be Prime Minister from June 27th still comes as a shock.
Politics have been so framed for so long by Blair that’s it’s going to be hard adjusting to what things will be like without him.
Will this mean that Labour can start to rebuild its popularity or has Blair been the bridge for Labour to reach groups of voters who would never have considered the party? Is his party going to be a more or a less formidable election winning machine without him?
Life is going to be very interesting and uncertain and I cannot wait for that first PMQ clash when Brown is facing Cameron across the chamber.