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Monday, 29 January, 2001, 19:32 GMT
Mandelson fallout: Quiz Andrew Marr

The political fallout of Peter Mandelson's resignation has rocked Tony Blair's New Labour government to its foundations.

Some observers say that the former Northern Ireland secretary's refusal to "go quietly" could demolish the party's reputation and that of its leader.

So how damaging is the continuing row over whether Mr Mandelson did lie about his involvement in the passport application of Srichand Hinduja?

Has Tony Blair's government, elected on a wave of revulsion at Tory sleaze, lost its whiter than white image for ever? Or is it all a just a "media feeding frenzy" as some in the government have claimed?

Put your questions now to the BBC political editor Andrew Marr, who will answer a selection of them live tomorrow (Tuesday) at 1400 GMT.

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