Tony Blair is not a lawyer for nothing. He opened his evidence to the Leveson inquiry today with a guilty plea, but what he was really doing was preparing to declare himself innocent on a much more serious charge
The former prime minister confessed that he had decided to "manage... not confront" the power of the press. In other words, he'd decided to form a relationship with the media which he described as "unhealthy" - a word he said he preferred to "cozy".
A protester has branded Tony Blair a war criminal after storming the Leveson Inquiry hearing where the former prime minister is giving evidence. The man, who told reporters his name was David Lawley Wakelin, managed to evade securit... Read Post
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair answers questions at the Leveson Inquiry into Britain’s phone hacking scandal on Monday, May 28. Blair is expected to outline his relations with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation during his time a... Read Post