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30 November 2013 0 View comments Tony Blair playing Cricket with volunteers and young people yesterday. Friends of Mr Blair say he is under great strain over the Chilcot Inquiry into the war which is widely expected to fiercely criticise his handling
For the past two years, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been working in Kazakhstan as a top advisor to the government. Now that his two-year contract is up for renewal, critics are asking what Blair actually achieved. Criticised for
They were the late-1990s peacemakersThird Way buddy-cops whose ready smiles, demonstrative hand gestures and varnished empathy helped broker deals in places as different as Kosovo and Northern Ireland. And as night follows day, on Friday Tony Blair
Members of Tony Blair's Cabinet were deliberately excluded from seeing key documents drawn up by officials examining the case for war against Iraq, a former head of the Civil Service has claimed. Lord Butler, who led the Review of Intelligence on
11 November 2013 28 View comments Business success: Nicky Blair, the football agent son of Tony Blair, is understood to have secured a record fee for a Mexican star this summer Tony Blair's football agent son Nicky may have started making his own
Sir Alex Ferguson says he was closer to Brown than Blair Loyalty, control, discipline...So says the man who I once teasingly described as "the greatest living Briton"...I went along to Fergie's news conference to ask the man known simply as "the boss"
Hefetz served as the ambassador to Britain from 2004 to 2007. He was then named to assist former British prime minister Tony Blair in his role as envoy of the Quartet of Middle East peace-broker nations.
29 September 2013 5 shares 0 View comments Tony Blair has been using a 581mph jet to travel to conferences and to give speeches Tony Blair has been spotted globe-trotting in a black and gold jet complete with a state room, lounge and even a kitchen.
The Cherie snub convinced McBride that, three years on from the scandal that destroyed his career, it was time to put his head above the parapet and write a book. Snub: McBride says the snub by Cherie Blair convinced him that, three years on from the
Who would have thought that the British peace movement would discover a powerful ally in the person of Tony Blair? After all, if there were a Nobel Prize for War, no living person would have a clearer claim to it than the former UK prime minster with