UNTIL only a couple of months ago David Milliband, the environment minister, was being touted as Labour's answer to the problem of a successor to Tony Blair if someone had to be found to block Gordon Brown's accession. But we must give thanks, in the interests of the nation, that Mr Milliband's prospects faded. Otherwise we might have had as prime minister a man who apologised to the House of Commons yesterday for being late to answer questions because of the time it took him to cross the floods of tears that are now trailing down Downing Street after the prime minister's final cabinet meeting.
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