Gordon Brown paints a tragic picture of himself in this extract from his memoirs, 'My Life, Our Times', which deals with the breakdown of his long friendship with Tony Blair. Complete bollix, of course, because it conveniently ignores...Show More Summary
1. Tony Blair backs a land value tax. 2. Austin Frakt on why the CVVS-Aetna merger might be good (NYT). 3. Extremist nominees turn out more base from the other side (pdf). 4. Should Waze optimize for the single driver or for driversShow More Summary
Alistair Campbell once famously interrupted Prime Minister Tony Blair during a media interview to insist that "We don't do God". But according to Politics Home the same does not apply to the (DUP) Democratic Unionist Party whose deputy...Show More Summary
Fake news and hoaxes are like zombies: just when you think they're dead, they make a spectacular — and unexpected — comeback, stronger than before. SEE ALSO: Some genius is imagining hilarious conversations between Bill Clinton andShow More Summary
Tony Blair: 'Labour should be 20 points ahead in polls' https://t.co/DS8q4dkCM6 — BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) November 11, 2017 The record suggests that when LAB’s ahead the Tories are being understated Tony Blair is the person of course, that people like Team Corbyn never like even to acknowledge even though he’s the one living LAB leader […]
Priti Patel and Boris Johnson’s errors add to impression that UK is a country adrift when it comes to diplomatic matters Strong British prime ministers, such as Margaret Thatcher, Harold Macmillan and Tony Blair – to the frustrationShow More Summary
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is crying foul in his new book, that claims the United States misled the United Kingdom over the case for invasion in Iraq. Brown who succeeded Prime Minister Tony Blair, who led Britain inShow More Summary
Secret US intelligence report on weapons of mass destruction was not shared with Tony Blair’s cabinet, new book claims The US defence department knew that Saddam Hussein did not have weapons of mass destruction but kept Britain in the dark, according to an explosive new claim from Gordon Brown. Show More Summary
Tony Blair has said for the first time that he and other world leaders were wrong to yield to Israeli pressure to impose an immediate boycott of Hamas after the Islamic faction won Palestinian elections in 2006. As prime minister at the time, Blair offered strong support for the decision – driven by the George […]
Please join me in this clip as I discuss with Avi Abelow of Israel Video Network the delusion of Tony Blair that if he had brought Hamas to the negotiating table he could have persuaded them to end their war of extermination against Israel. To watch the entire discussion, click here. The post Tony Blair’s delusion appeared first on MelaniePhillips.com.
Former prime minister says international community should have tried to pull militant Islamic faction ‘into a dialogue’ over its refusal to recognise Israel Tony Blair has said for the first time that he and other world leaders wereShow More Summary
My regular column is available to subscribers on www.thesundaytimes.co.uk This is an excerpt. Give Us a Clue was a popular TV show featuring the entertainer Lionel Blair. It was also what Tony Blair, no relation I think, was reporte...
Jonathan Powell, the British Government’s chief negotiator on Northern Ireland under Prime Minister Tony Blair (1997-2007), joined Prof Richard English Monday for a conversation on ‘Ending Conflicts’ at the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at Queen’s. Powell is now director of Inter/Mediate, a charity he founded in 2011 to more...
The new West End show by London’s hottest playwright signals the end of the Tony Blair era.