"Tony Blair is not a Prime Minister going gently into the night. And it is easy to see why he is raging against the dying of the light."
- Andrew Rawnsley, in his Observer column today.
"A leader who had long outstayed his welcome, yet who, in the vain search for a legacy, continued to rage against the dying of the light."
- My Political Review of 2006, first published in the Newcastle Journal on 23 December and also available on this blog.
It's not the first time either, is it, Andrew?