posted on Jul, 4 2007 @ 06:55 AM
Wow, talk about a change!
TB was a master at this but he is gone, Cameron might fancy himself as the heir to Blair but he's never been in that league either.
I think GB is doing what he needs to do, cut down on the 'showmanship' element and play to his strengths.
I thought he was calm, measured and solid (even the Reid intervention was something new & shot down that little line of tory mischief making in an
It'll be interesting to see how he develops as he settles in to this role over the coming months and years.
(but for those who insist on investing PMQs with too much significance to the country at large I'd suggest you recall William Hague, he was widely
reputed - if only by the tory press here - to be a wondeful performer at PMQs and in the end it meant absolutely nothing to him or the tory party who
went on to record their worst general election result (2001) in living memory.)
[edit on 4-7-2007 by sminkeypinkey]