Of all the bizarre encounters the Palestinian conflict has generated, Tony Blair's four meetings in Doha with Khaled Meshaal, the Hamas leader must surely rank as one of the oddest. Here was the Quartet's Middle East envoy breaking the...Show More Summary
Just a few months ago, almost everyone thought that David Cameron was a goner. That he was about to go down in history as a one-term Prime Minister who failed… Continue reading The post If Tony Blair thought that Gaddafi wanted to cut a deal, why did no one follow up? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Tony Blair took careful aim at the politics of the Jeremy Corbyn the other day, with an opinion piece in The Observer, in which he characterised Labour's next leader as living in the political equivalent of Alice in Wonderland. At the...Show More Summary
Tony Blair could be investigated for his secret attempt to leave former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in power.
I was going to write about Tony Blair (again) tonight, but lassitude and an anime binge (Attack on Titan, if you must know) intervened. Here instead is a trip 11 years back to one of that summer's most brilliant compositions.
It’s not entirely surprising that Tony Blair fancied one last chance to plead with his party not to elect Jeremy Corbyn as leader. And it’s not particularly surprising that his… Continue reading The post Tony Blair has given up on Labour’s leadership election appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Not that we agree with the goal: a high tax and large welfare state society is not something that we desire. Rather, a low tax and richer one where welfare isn’t needed to the same extent. But we do find ourselves agreeing with Tony Blair in a manner that we don’t with the Corbynites or […]
The British Labour Party no longer represents the working class. Under UK prime minister Tony Blair, the Labour Party became a vassal of the One Percent. The result has been a rebellion in the ranks and the rise of Jeremy Corbyn, a principled Labourite intent on representing the people, a no-no in Western “democracies.”
Six years after a probe began into the background of UK Prime Minister Tony Blair’s decision to follow the US into the invasion of Iraq in 2003, sources close to the inquiry say many of Blair’s allies and officials may be in for bla...
Jeremy Corbyn, the front-runner in the leadership race for Britain's Labor Party, said he will issue an apology for the 2003 Iraq war, which Britain was dragged into by then Prime Minister (and Labor leader) Tony Blair. "It is past time that Labor apologized to the British people for taking them into the Iraq war on […]
The British Labour Party under the sway of former Prime Minister Tony Blair is plotting to derail Jeremy Corbyn’s bid to win the forthcoming leadership contest.
Data Visualisation by @Polenyk.
It was only a matter of time before the Ashley Madison data dump yielded a well-known name (aside from the probably fake entry for Tony Blair). The first unlucky potential cheater is Joshua Duggar, whose TLC reality show 19 Kids and Counting was canceled last month after it was revealed... More »
This is from my friend and comrade Alex Dawson. It's worth noting that Alex was grudgingly going to vote for Andy Burnham until Tony Blair's cack-handed intervention in the week. As the ballot papers go out... I've been really, deeply uneasy with the Corbyn campaign. Show More Summary
Tony Blair wrote an interesting piece for The Guardian the other day in which he urged Labour members not to vote for Jeremy Corbyn as leader, if they really wanted Labour to remain as a party of government. Now you can say what youShow More Summary
The British Labour party is on the verge of selecting as its next leader a Marx-quoting, industry-nationalizing, anti-American socialist – and all hell is starting to break loose in the dissenting ranks. Today, Tony Blair takes to the...Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said that UK Labour party will suffer dissolution if Jeremy Corbyn, the current frontrunner in the party's leadership race, wins.
Tony Blair begs…
Will Tony Blair’s intervention into the Labour leadership contest really make a difference? The former Prime Minister argues in today’s Guardian that this is a far worse crisis for his… Continue reading The post Will Tony Blair really help save Labour? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
As fierce as Thursday's debate between GOP presidential candidates will likely be, it's hard to imagine any of them suggesting that a recent Republican president could face trial over an 'illegal' war. In Britain, however, it happened. When Jeremy Corbyn, the current front-runner in the Labor party leadership race, was asked whether Tony Blair, the former […]