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
TheLipTV: “Tony Blair’s secret contract with a Saudi oil company has been revealed as details have emerged that the ex-Prime Minister received £41,000 a month and two percent commission on any successful…
IN THE run-up to the 1997 election Roy Jenkins compared Tony Blair to a man carrying a Ming vase across a slippery floor. Labour's then-leader was on track for a dazzling win (consistently twenty points or more ahead of the Conservatives in polls of voting intention). Show More Summary
A leaked document has emerged showing that former Prime Minister Tony Blair signed a ‘cash-for-contacts’ deal with PetroSaudi, an oil company owned by a member of the Saudi royal family. The contract promised Blair £41,000 a month, and 2 percent commission on any deals brokered as a result of his help, the Times has reported. Show More Summary
Education, Education, Education was how Tony Blair set out his priorities for office ahead of the 1997 General Election. Perhaps the Rochester and Strood by-election campaign could also be summed up in three words - Immigration, Immigration,...Show More Summary
At the start of the summer, prospective parliamentary candidates enjoyed a breakfast audience with His Royal Blairness. There was none of the "proper" post-prime ministerial coyness that our Tony normally pretends to. He was frank and open. Show More Summary
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Peter Harris Domestic Politics, United States "The fallout from Obama’s disappointing spell in office will continue to affect U.S. politics long after next week’s elections." Six years ago, America voted for change. Crushed under the weight of the Iraq War and, ultimately, a collapsing financial system, George W. Show More Summary
Junaid Hussain, who hails from Birmingham, United Kingdom, first came to the limelight when he hacked into the personal details of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair back in 2012. The British Jihadi is now making headlines again, by promising that he would identify the IS executioner Jihadi John in exchange of £3,000 car. Show More Summary
At the heart of Tony Blair's position on Islam is his belief in the chasm which exists between Islam itself (or the Koran itself) and the beliefs and actions of Islamic extremists and terrorists.
Tony Blair is unyielding in his criticism of Islamic extremism and in this article for the BBC he argues that intervention is the key whether through an education programme that promotes tolerance and respect or via military action that can prevent murder and genocide. Show More Summary
Gordon Brown acquired a reputation as a 'bottler' when he finally replaced Tony Blair as leader of the Labour Party, but refused when he subsequently became Prime Minister to call an early general election to seek a new mandate from the voters. Show More Summary
Here's a strange story from The Telegraph which reports the views of Tony Blair who led the Labour Party to victory in three successive general elections, but apparently believes that Ed Miliband is doomed to defeat because of his failure to connect with the voters. Show More Summary
Johann Lamont and Tony Blair don’t have much in common. But they are both causing Ed Miliband trouble this morning. I suspect that those close to Miliband are relieved… Continue reading The post A double strength headache for Miliband appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
BLAIR: ED MILIBAND ‘CANNOT WIN’ Tony Blair believes Ed Miliband cannot win the next general election, says the Daily Telegraph. The former Labour leader has reportedly told allies that he believes the Conservatives will win next May because Miliband has failed to connect with Labour voters. Show More Summary