So Blair wins a third consecutive majority government, and of course the Guardian’s Robin Cook’s recommendation is for Blair to immediately step down.
The Guardian’s pre-election bias didn’t effect the outcome (well who knows if it would have been a landslide without a hostile media telling UK voters that Blair is a liar), so now they are simply advocating that the electorate’s will be ignored.
Cook’s take is that the public really voted for the Labour party and not for Blair. Apparently it would be more democratic to run with one candidate, take the win, and then substitute the leader with someone who we can be absolutely certain the public did not vote for.
Well that makes sense.