Prime Minister’s questions today will be one of Tony Blair’s last engagements in office.
David Burrowes MP has been allotted the first question of the session, and has set up a Facebook page for people to send in their questions, the best of which will be asked in the Commons.
As of this morning his current favourite was “Given that Tony Blair has failed to answer any questions properly in the last ten years, what value is there in asking him any more questions?”.
Update: There were rather more, and better, suggestions on Iain Dale’s Diary. In the end Mr. Burrowes asked:
In 1997, the Prime Minister said that there were “24 hours to save the NHS”.
Why is it that, more than 87,600 hours later, his successor is indicating that there is still a need to save the NHS?