As Tony Blair departs the scene the media is concentrating on his legacy - both good and bad. Even the most partisan among us can recognise that Blair has actually done one or two good things for the country.
The same cannot be said for his glorious deputy, John Prescott. I struggle to think of a single achievement in more than ten years in the post. Surviving is probably the best youi could say about him.
Or am I being unfair to the great Mouth of the Humber? Discuss.