In the wilderness years when the Conservatives were unable to land a glove on Tony Blair and his New Labour Party, leading Tories were forced to do some serious soul-searching. If I remember correctly, it was the current Home Secretary,...Show More Summary
To Quaglino’s for the GQ Christmas lunch, where editor Dylan Jones was in a revelatory mood. Lifting the lid on his magazine’s controversial decision to award Tony Blair the Philanthropist… Continue reading The post GQ Editor reveals that Tony Blair was awarded gong for services to Wendi Deng appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Photo courtesy Getty Images Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair penned an op-ed for the New York Times late last week under the headline “Is Democracy Dead?” In it, Blair lamented the “general state of malaise and disillusionment” plaguing...Show More Summary
Here's an interesting article from the BBC's web site in which Tony Blair opines on a range of things including the pay of Westminster MPs. And Tony Blair's right, of course, because Westminster MPs are underpaid and deserve a pay rise...Show More Summary
Tony Blair has taken some time out from posing awkwardly with his wife in order to pen a piece for the New York Times. While he tries to avoid getting… Continue reading The post Tony Blair reaches out to Gove appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair may not be smiling, but recipients of his Christmas card sure are. The photo features his wife, Cherie Blair, smiling under a classic "Season's Greetings" message. Tony, unfortunately, is grimacing hard beside her. Show More Summary
Tony and Cherie Blair’s Christmas card is garnering lots of attention this year and could be the season’s most popular and talked about greeting. The former Prime Minister of the U.K., accompanied by his wife, posed recently for the annual holiday salutation. Show More Summary
On Monday, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, his teeth, and his wife Cherie released a Christmas card that would make all of the characters from Love Actually cry. Looking at it for too long is hypnotic in a kind of terrifying way. And it didn't take the internet long to jump on the Tony Blair Christmas Card Joke Train. Read more...
Awkward family photos are enjoyable to look at any time of the year, but the Christmas-themed variety take the fruitcake. This year we are learning that awkward family photos are even funnier when a famous politician gets in on the game. Show More Summary
It's been called "terrifying/the stuff of nightmares"
Tony Blair has been widely criticised on social media for his Christmas card. The card features the former Prime Minister and his wife Cherie looking thoroughly miserable, along with the message “Seasons Greetings”. Once the image of...Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minster Tony Blair released a joyless, soul-sucking holiday card Monday, to wish everyone a season filled with death, destruction and general sorrow Blair's unsettling Christmas card, showcasing an empty gaze and...Show More Summary
Let us now praise famous men. This line from Ecclesiasticus 44:1 today finds human form in one Anthony Charles Lynton Blair. Last week the former prime minister was presented with something called the Global Legacy Award by the Save the Children charity at their 2nd Annual Illumination Gala in New York. Show More Summary
The Independent published this non-story about Tony Blair and Save the Children the other day in which campaigners inside and outside the charity give vent to their 'Stop the War' (STW) politics. Now how this is news beats me and while...Show More Summary
Last week, Tony Blair, former prime minister of Britain, was in New York to accept the Global Legacy Award from Save the Children, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Ben Affleck and Samantha Power at the high profile Illumination Gala. Read full article >>
The charity faces major backlash for its decision to give an award to former British prime minister
The government is secretly being run by a senior civil servant, according to claims by Michael Gove's ex aide Dominic Cummings. Sir Jeremy Haywood, who was Tony Blair’s principle private secretary between 1999 and 2003 is said to have Prime Minister David Cameron "by the balls", according to Cummings. Show More Summary
Dan Hodges names Chukka Umana as one of the few Labour politicians to stand up to UKIP, but this ignores Tony Blair's intervention back in May 2014 when he urged Labour to go on the offensive against Nigel Farage &Co. Yet the opposite...Show More Summary