How could the baton have been thrown by a twirler, when they all had their instruments on them when questioned? How did the PM die within mere hours of such a minor injury? These are the questions which the police force is currently seeking answers to. Michael Howard, Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister of the Shadow Cabinet was taken in for questioning; authorities say that Howard had no alibi for between 4:00 and 5:00 PM, and several incriminated books were found inside his residence: "Baton Twirling For Dummies" and "Two Hundred Devil's Stick Routines."
In Michael Howard's defense, he had very little reason to assassinate Blair. The PM's support was waning and he didn't have much longer left in office; he would then be followed by a new New Labour representative or the Conservative Party would be elected into power. However, according to MP Alastair, "There was the banter. Who knows what Mikey would have done to stop Tony's back-sass? It aggravated him to be shown up with retort after retort."