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Neil Berry Tuesday 12 March 2013 Last Update 11 March 2013 8:16 pm This week came fresh allegations that that former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair knowingly oversold the danger posed by Saddam Hussein's Iraq in order to secure parliamentary backing
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has accepted 'some responsibility' for the state of Britain's economy. Mr Blair also admitted he had not fully understood the impact economic integration would have. But he also said a 'vibrant' financial sector was
Britain's opposition Labour Party says former Prime Minister Tony Blair is returning to domestic politics for the first time since quitting power in 2007...Blair, who was prime minister for a decade from 1997, hasn't held any political post in the U.
Big Brother is not exactly a stranger to blazing rows between housemates; in fact, one could be forg... Suggested Topics This is Part Four of a story longer than the adventures of Harry Potter. The third volume of diaries ended as the narrator's
Blair wants to lead EU, but not at the moment' London: Former British prime minister Tony Blair has suggested that he would like to be president of the European Union, according to a report. Blair, during an interview with the BBC Radio, however,
Murdo Macleod John Colville, Winston Churchill's private secretary, went riding at the height of the second world war; his boss went off to the cinema. Harold Macmillan, when prime minister, decamped to Scotland for weeks each August to go grouse
Diaries may lack purity, but the personal really matters The new volume of Alastair Campbell's diaries reminds us how much we can learn from first-hand accounts Former prime minister Tony Blair and his official spokesperson in government Alistair
Community Tony Blair Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, addressing a capacity crowd at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza's Kavli Theatre on Monday, said the revolutionary events unfolding in the Middle East pose tremendous opportunities for
YouGov. John Curtice, professor of politics at Strathclyde University, who compiled the figures, said that the costs and benefits of the Coalition had been distributed very unevenly between the two parties in it. "It is clear that the tone and
My generation squandered our golden opportunity Those of us who grew up in the 60s had the world at our feet but, despite the 'victory of the west', we've achieved nothing As a year ends, we look back and take stock, all the more when a decade ends.