Tony Blair was last elected to anything 15 years before the next General Election.
Yet he is younger than two of his three successors as Leader of the Labour Party, including the present one. He is quite conceivably younger than the next one.
If those who insist that he remains a massively popular figure truly believe that, then they ought to ensure that he contest the next available by-election, so that we might all see exactly how many votes he would take.
Blair did some good, and Jeremy Corbyn voted for it. On everything except the EU, when Corbyn voted against Blair, then the Conservative Party voted with Blair.
Look at Corbyn on the EU now? Well, look at the Conservative Party on the EU now, when that party is in Government.
Blair has been the Labour Right's embarrassing relative for quite some time. And that has been before the Chilcot Report.
If the Labour Right wishes to have any kind of future, then it urgently needs to get over Tony Blair, and move on.