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Last Updated: Friday, 4 May 2007, 12:39 GMT 13:39 UK
The aftermath...
Jon Sopel
Jon Sopel
Presenter
The Politics Show

Number 10 Downing Street
When will the removals guys turn up?

Hello again...

Well, gosh, this is... you know... it.

After years of speculation, with the last set of Blair elections behind us, we can now say with certainty that we are on the cusp of a new political era.

Next week, Mr Blair will announce his resignation, and tell us exactly when he's going.

The hand of history is poised to leap off the shoulder of Mr Blair and onto... well, everything points to Mr Brown's shoulder, but you just never can tell in politics.

New Broon?

So what kind of party will Gordon Brown inherit?

John Reid
John Reid will tell us what they are thinking at party level...

Is Labour in meltdown after a disappointing set of local election results?

We'll be reflecting on the results of Thursday's elections and looking ahead towards the Gordon Brown premiership.

I'll be kicking over the traces with the Home Secretary and all round political big beast, John Reid.

Scotland

Well, who knows?

At the time of writing, it's unclear whether Labour or the SNP will come out as the largest party in Scotland.

Alex Salmond
Alex 'Gordon' Salmond

What deals will be done, and what will be the reaction to so many spoilt papers and electronic counting troubles?

We'll have the latest.

United we stand

And a new super Union was born this week - but what might Unite (the result of a merger between Amicus and the TGWU) want from the new Labour leader?

Derek Simpson, the joint General Secretary of the new super union, will join me live.

And perhaps most exciting of all - we'll reveal the winner of our Embarrassing Election moments competition!

Of course, if you can't wait¿ you can watch it here - and it's your last chance to vote.

The Politics Show Needs you!

Tony Blair
Still smiling after 10 years...

Next week, we'll be looking at what 10 years of Tony Blair has meant in your part of the country.

And we're asking you to nominate Mr Blair's greatest achievement and his greatest mistake - you can do so by visiting our website at LINK here.

Tell us what you hated, what you think has got better, what makes your blood boil.

We'll publish a selection of your thoughts on the web page, and we might even have a vote - that's the kind of programme we are.

We, at least, don't "do" coronations...

Will we fit it all in? Will we send Max Cotton to Bury to ask if the Tories are making sufficient progress?

Tune in at 12 noon Sunday to find out - the roast can wait... the best crackling is on the Politics Show

The Barker Gallery: Blair's legacy... The Great Leveller



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