Tony Blair

  1. British statesman who became prime minister in 1997 (born in 1953)
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  • Tony Blair showed impeccable timing by leaving his job just before the economy went phut. Archive 2008-11-01
  • Interviewer Ryan Tubridy sought the advice of Jon Snow ahead of the interview but was warned it would be difficult to extract anything 'revelatory' out of Tony Blair. Tony Blair interview greeted by Iraq war protesters and Jedward fans
  • Well, whinges the person who thinks that this is a truly astonishing apercu, Tony Blair listens to him all the time and does what he is told. I don't necessarily agree with all they do but ....
  • The ex-director of public prosecutions has accused Tony Blair of "sycophancy" towards President Bush. - Articles related to Blair 'happy to be out of race for Europe job'
  • Minister Tony Blair's public statements on the buildup to the court for having called Walesa a communist-era agent. - Articles related to More Rain for Britain After Floods
  • These sound pretty feeble reasons for Tony Blair to flunk the great test of his leadership.
  • In a hawkish, emotional speech to the Romanian parliament, Tony Blair said Milosevic was the real target of the war.
  • In the period since Tony Blair took office in May 1997, anatomies of Britain have been tumbling from the presses in dizzying profusion.
  • In fact his antics often reminded me of Tony Blair, and for that matter Bill Clinton.
  • But with Tony Blair and Michael Howard now representing their respective parties, he is suddenly very junior to both of his rivals.
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