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...
You can't keep a good man down. Or, depending on preferences, a bad stench always lingers. Yes, Saint Tony has pre-announced a possible comeback. Caught between the rock of ruinous Toryism and the hardplace "ultra-leftism" of a Labour Party, His Blairness has identified a yawning gap where the centre ground should be. Show More Summary
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.
Tony Blair has declined to rule out a return to British politics, insisting the center ground will once again come to dominate. In an interview with British Esquire magazine, Blair would not rule out taking a more active political role,...Show More Summary
Gordon Brown long-running feud with Tony Blair was one of Westminster's worst kept secrets for years, but for the most part, in public at least, the big beasts of the New Labour jungle managed to rub along together. Unlike the new UKIP...Show More Summary
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...
Peter Brookes has some fun in The Times with this cartoon in which he conflates the celebrity divorce of the year with the ongoing civil war within the Labour Party. Tony Blair put it rather well the other day when he said that the opposing...Show More Summary
Kosovo isn’t the only place in the world where babies have been named after Tony Blair. There’s also the West African country of Sierra Leone: [Blair’s] decision [in 2000] to send in British troops at the height of a brutal civil war is widely seen by Sierra Leoneans themselves as the critical moment in their […]
Tony Blair believes that Britain has become a "one-party state" due to the unelectable condition of Labour under leader Jeremy Corbyn. Blair also implied that he supports Owen Smith in Labour's leadership contest, the results of which...Show More Summary
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