Prime Minister Tony Blair showed off his Internet skills on GMTV this morning, but admitted he has a lot of catching up to do.
Blair, who has been preaching the necessity for Britain to become a computer skilled and wired economy to compete globally, said he has cured his technophobia. He said, however, that his family are way ahead of him when it comes to using technology.
"I find it difficult with technology," he told GMTV. "I'm not good at all. My wife Cherie is absolutely brilliant, my kids are fantastic."
Blair said that like many UK parents, he is forced to go to his children when he runs into computer glitches. "It's a bit humiliating," Blair said. "If I get stuck, they can sort it out."
Blair completed a one-day computer course in October to help him get to grips with technology.
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