Tomorrow's Times newspaper fronts a headline 'quote' from former British Labour Party Leader and Prime Minister Tony Blair: "I'm your man". Excuse me. Far be it from me to question the credentials of any candidate for a post that doesn't exist, and by all accounts is still to be defined if and when the Czech Republic finally ratifies the Lisbon Treaty. But I seem to recall that Blair's legacy to his Party could, and has been, summed up in a word - 'bankruptcy' - both politically and financially. I will probably get told off again for daring to draw attention to how perilously close the country's ruling party came to financial ruin on Blair's watch. However, I suppose given the perennial difficulties some European Union institutions have accounting for their monies that the former Labour Leader could be deemed to be well qualified for the job of so-called President of Europe (actually it's the European Council of Ministers).