Faithworks has published a booklet, available today, that addresses the question of what Tony Blair should do when he leaves office (click here for details). I've made contribution to the booklet, as has Bob Holman and Joy Madeiros. What do you think?
In the midst of all of the debate about when and how the Prime Minister might leave Downing Street, maybe we should also be debating what he should do when he leaves? It strikes me that he could do worse than think about the possibility of living with the poor and the excluded in order to more fully understand their lives and become a better an advocate for them. After all, New Labour was elected on the mantra that 'things can only get better'.
Maybe understanding first hand the challenges of the poor and poor communities in the UK might just mean that things actually can get better for them? I think Tony Blair could be a great advocate for the disadvantaged and the excluded.