I find it absolutely astonishing that Tony Blair was not interviewed under caution. He is the man who awarded the peerages and as he has said himself, the buck stops with him.
Perhaps the lawyers among you can enlighten me on the rules regarding being interviewed under caution or not. What should we read into it?
Having said all that, I remain of the view that it is profoundly against the whole concept of natural justice for the Police to leak or give details of who they are or not interviewing in a particular enquiry. Whatever political pleasure it might give me to see Blair or Lord Levy in difficulties, there are wider issues here which we should not lose sight of.