Last week, we learned that former British prime minister Tony Blair emailed disgraced News Corp. executive Rebekah Brooks in 2011 to offer his "unofficial" consulting services as she faced arrest over the company's metastasizing phone hacking scandal. Show More Summary
Tony Blair, in a phone conversation with one of the major figures in the scandal, Rebekah Brooks, reportedly offered to act as “unofficial adviser.”
In the midst of the phone-hacking scandal that shook news magnate Rupert Murdoch’s empire in 2011, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair offered some friendly advice to a Murdoch executive, according to an email made public in a London court Tuesday. Show More Summary
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s phone-hacking trial has heard that former Prime Minister Tony Blair allegedly Hacking Trial: Blair Offered To Advise Murdoch - -
According to an email revealed during a trial concerning phone hacking allegations at Rupert Murdoch-owned news outlets in England, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair advised one-time News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks on handling the burgeoning scandal just days before she was arrested as a result of the investigation.
LONDON (AP) — Britain's phone-hacking trial has heard that former Prime Minister Tony Blair allegedly offered to work as an unofficial adviser to Rupert Murdoch as revelations of illegal phone hacking engulfed the mogul's media empi...
Just after Gordon Brown replaced Labour's Tony Blair as Prime Minister, on 27 June 2007, part of the UK was hit by devastating floods and we had similar pictures to this we have seen in recent weeks - of politicians stomping around in Wellington boots doing their best to sound supportive and solicitous. Show More Summary
Matteo Renzi, 39, will break Mussolini's record if he's confirmed as Italian prime minister One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 09:55 ON Tue 18 Feb 2014 See related: Matteo Renzi to the rescue: can 'Italy's Tony Blair' deliver? AT THE age...Show More Summary
The bizarre, possibly-contentious relationship between power brokers Rupert Murdoch and Tony Blair took another turn over the weekend with a report that the former British prime minister was about to… READ ON
He’s new, he’s fresh, he comes garlanded with expectations. He’s been compared with the (young) Tony Blair and described, by TIME, as the Italian Obama. At 39, Matteo Renzi has already made his mark in prominent public office, first as President of the Province of Florence, then as Mayor of the city. Show More Summary
In December The Daily Mail reported that News Corp billionaire Rupert Murdoch had divorced his third wife, Wendi Deng, over some kind of “intimate note” indicating Deng’s crush on former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Today Vanity Fair published a portion of the impassioned letter: Read more...
Charming and powerful, with a “good body” and “piercing blue eyes.” That’s how Rupert Murdoch‘s ex-wife Wendi Deng described former British prime minister Tony Blair in a just-uncovered note… READ ON
On Sunday, Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair wrote an opinion piece for British newspaper The Observer. In it, he asserts that the wars of the 21st century are "less likely to be the product of extreme political ideology - like...Show More Summary
Last week a barman tried to arrest Tony Blair for “crimes against peace”. Now we learn that IRA victims are planning to sue the former prime minister over allegations that he helped Libya’s Gaddafi do a deal. Amusing, eh? Funny to see the smile wiped off Tony Blair’s face as he gets his comeuppance. Except [...]
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair says religious extremism is the root cause of terrorist attacks today and it needs to be fought with education and tolerance.
Tony Blair makes the case for a more tolerant 'live and let live' approach to the teaching of religion around the world in this article published by the Observer. Now I don't have a problem with what the former Labour Prime MinisterShow More Summary
Twiggy Garcia, a bartender at the east London restaurant Tramshed -- which is right around the corner from me! -- interrupted former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair's dinner to place him under citizen's arrest and ask him to come to a police...Show More Summary
A London bartender attempted to put Tony Blair under citizen’s arrest when the former British prime minister entered his trendy restaurant Friday night. Twiggy Garcia, also a DJ who goes by the name Ghoulian Assange on Twitter, was the fifth citizen who has tried to arrest Blair for war crimes. Show More Summary
Photo via Tony Blair's tenure as prime minister of the UK has been over for nearly seven years now, but some Britons are still extremely upset at him. One British poll from last year even found that a fifth of the country thinks that Blair and his partner in war George W. Show More Summary