Back in the day, when Bill Clinton was in the White House, he had a rather candid discussion with then-UK Prime Minister Tony Blair on what...
Tony Blair has hinted at a return to frontline politics, and insisted the matter is "an open question." The former prime minister told Esquire magazine that he was searching for a role which would help his party to reclaim the centre ground of British politics. "I don't know if there's a role for me. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Tony Blair could return to a frontline role in British politics to try to prevent Theresa May's Conservative Party from destroying the country with a so-called "hard Brexit", he said in an interview.
More than a decade since then Prime Minister Tony Blair launched a review into UK energy policy, a positive decision has been taken to approve the construction of the first new nuclear station in the UK in a generation, Hinkley Poin...
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is closing the complex and controversial business empire he built up after leaving office in 2007. Tony Blair Associates, the umbrella association through which Blair's business dealing run, said...Show More Summary
In the fall of 1999, at 10 Downing Street, I interviewed Tony Blair, who was midway through the first of his three terms as Britain’s Prime Minister. Apart from his insistence that old-style socialism was dead—a sacrilegious statement...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Tuesday predicted chaos if the United States elected an isolationist president, likening the withdrawal of America from world affairs to a soccer match without a refer...
UK Prime Minister Theresa May must be rather annoyed with the latest undermining comments made to French press this week by former Labour PM, and all-round schmooze-master Tony Blair.
Brexit is unlikely to be reversed but the ongoing debates on the issue mean that it is possible for the United Kingdom to stay within the European Union, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair said Thursday.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that he would found it harder to complete many of his major public service reforms in the era of social media. Speaking to Politico’s “off message” podcast, Blair said that social media...Show More Summary
The Chilcot inquiry is a story of deceit. On July 28, 2002, the British Prime Minister Tony Blair wrote a memorandum to American President George W. Bush about Iraq. “I will be with you, whatever,” Blair wrote with teenager’s diction. Show More Summary
Venezuelan opposition move one step closer to ousting President Maduro, but will time constraints come to the president’s rescue? Hamas rules out any further mediation with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
The petition urging the UK parliament to hold former Prime Minister Tony Blair accountable for Britain's involvement in the Iraq War has gathered 10,000 signatories requiring a response from the government.
The families of British soldiers killed in the Iraq War have launched a crowdfunding campaign that could result in legal action being taken against former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and other UK officials for "serious failings" associated with the British military mission in Iraq.
Denmark has decided to spare its former Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen the embarrassment his British colleague Tony Blair experienced for involving his country in the war in Iraq by keeping vital documents away from the public eye.
Luay al-Khatteeb Global Governance, Middle East The only weapon of mass destruction was Saddam. The world shares much blame for Iraq’s darkest decades. A new report that condemns former Prime Minister Tony Blair is only the start. Launched...Show More Summary
"It ain't what you don't know that gets you in trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so." - Mark Twain Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair discussed the momentous June 23 Brexit Referendum on a still "Too Big to Fail" bank conference call last week. Show More Summary
By: Dr. Azzam Tamimi Thirteen years ago, Britain’s then prime minister Tony Blair relied on false evidence to justify taking the United Kingdom to war. For reasons perhaps better known to him than to anyone else, he chose to align himself with the neoconservative-led administration of the US president of the time, George W. Bush. […]
``Mr Blair faces a civil law suit over allegations he abused his power as prime minister to wage war in Iraq. The damages, according to legal sources close to the case, are unlimited... So far 29 families of dead soldiers have asked the law firm McCue & Partners to pursue a claim against Mr Blair. Others are expected to come on board.''