The Bloomberg website has a pretty long summary of the two articles appearing in its hardcopy magazine and the business of the 2010 election ranks only two paragraphs out of about 100.
It is an interesting read but you have to get passed a truly scary picture. I don't know if that's how he looks these days or if someone has tried to make him look like a Bond villain.
I suppose people will believe what they want to believe about him. Either he has built a complex empire of companies to work the tax system or he is just trying to keep prying eyes away from what he does because it can be spun against him.
Would he have done better than Brown? I'm not sure. He was certainly a much better politician than Brown in all areas. But, by 2010, most people were onto his lies about Iraq.
The 2010 campaign would, probably, have pretty much had 'is Blair a war criminal?' at its heart.
We'll never know, of course, so you have to wonder why he even entertained the question. Is he really still that angry at Brown? It could be damaging for Labour because it makes all the past denials about 'no rift' look silly and, perhaps, makes future rifts harder to hide.