Jonathan Powell, former chief of staff to British Prime Minister Tony Blair, on why we have to talk to terrorists.
Weeks before the 2005 Freedom of Information Act came into effect, Tony Blair's government instituted a policy of automatically purging all calendar items and emails after three months. Read the rest
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has offered former British prime minister Tony Blair a job as an advisor as he continued his overhaul of government staff, seeking to increase his country's effectiveness in responding to RussianShow More Summary
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko can't seem get enough of foreign advisors telling his government how to carry out reforms, this time offering former British Prime Minister Tony Blair a job in his International Advisory Council for Reforms, a press release on the president's website reported.
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair’s travels and security cost the British taxpayer up to 16,000 pounds (almost $25,000) weekly, secret documents seen by The Telegraph revealed.
Tony Blair popped into King’s College London this morning to discuss ‘how to run a government’ with his former adviser Michael Barber. Amongst other things, the former Prime Minister discussed David… Continue reading The post Tony Blair takes a dig at chillaxing Cameron appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has a new job campaigning against religious and political extremism in Europe. A week after he stepped down as Middle East envoy of the Quartet — the United States, United...Show More Summary
In his first appearance at Prime Minister’s Questions, David Cameron, now British premier but then Leader of the Opposition, sneered at Tony Blair: “I want to talk about the future…He was the future once.” That may be how the developers of...Show More Summary
He resigned as special envoy to the Middle East. Now former British Prime Minister Tony Blair had emerged in another role. Chairman of a group that combats antisemitism and racism in Europe.
Multi-millionaire former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, who has recently stepped down as Middle East Representative of the Quartet, has been appointed as chairman of a European organization tackling anti-Semitism.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair reportedly has been appointed chairman of the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation.
While the Quartet role was itself unpaid, the former British prime minister has amassed a vast fortune from business deals, many in the Gulf.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair will step down from his role as the Middle East envoy representing the Quartet — composed of the United Nations, Russia, European Union and the United States — next month, the U.N. announced in a statement released Wednesday. Blair served as the...
The Middle East Quartet, comprising Russia, the European Union, the United States and the United Nations, confirmed former British Prime Minister Tony Blair resignation as its representative in a statement Wednesday.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair announced in a letter to the United Nations chief on Wednesday that he will step down as the world body's special Middle East envoy at the end of June, British media reported, citing unnamed diplomatic sources.
Reports are coming in that Tony Blair is set to stand down as a peace envoy to the Middle East. AP is reporting that the former Prime Minister has tendered his… Continue reading The post Tony Blair to step down as Middle East peace envoy appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The former British Prime Minister is said to have written a letter to United Nations head Ban Ki-moon notifying him of his resignation from the Quartet.
Controversial former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has reportedly resigned from his position as the Middle East Quartet's peace envoy after seven years in the role.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will step down as the representative of the Quartet of Middle East powerbrokers at the end of June, diplomatic sources said on Wednesday.
Letters from Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, sent to the former UK prime minister Tony Blair and members of his government, have been published today after a decade-long court battle. But their content has left commentators...Show More Summary