09.08.2012 Former Prime Minister TonyBlair has said he is "deeply worried" that Britain will leave the European Union via a referendum. Mr Blair also told a German newspaper that the UK's exit from the EU could be sparked by too much ...
TonyBlair was both Britain’s Obama, transforming its politics, and Britain’s Bush, prosecuting a deeply unpopular war. But at Yale last semester, as he moved into his afterlife, he seemed oddly unencumbered by his past.
03.10.2012 [Businessandleadership.com] - As press secretary and director of communications and strategy between 1994 and 2003, Alastair Campbell was TonyBlair's right-hand man and widely considered to be the second most powerful person in Britain for much of this time. He's credited with
28.09.2012 [Daily Mail] - So, if you thought you had heard the last of TonyBlair as a major political player, think again. In the past few weeks, speculation has been growing that the man who ran Britain for ten years after 1997, invaded Iraq and departed office in virtual
26.09.2012 [Truthdig] - While President Obama was talking tough at the United Nations and being charming “eye candy” with Barbara Walters and her gang on “The View,” the former prime minister of Great Britain, TonyBlair, was being wise on a round of appearances on American
21.09.2012 [The Independent] - Is TonyBlair more part of the Middle East problem than the Middle East solution? He cannot be part of the solution in the Middle East for three reasons. The first is historical, given the involvement of Britain in the colonisation and the problems
13.08.2012 British Prime Minister TonyBlair (Photo credit: Wikipedia) (Great Britain will leave the EU, and the EU will rise to become The Beast of Revelation) Former British Prime Minister TonyBlair told a German newspaper he was ...
Just days after President Obama declared Operation Iraqi Freedom officially over, former Prime Minister TonyBlair is jumping into the media fray with his new memoir 'A Journey: My Political Life,' which delves into his controversial decision to bring Britain into the Iraq War. Says Blair: I think a lot of people don't understand that this is a generational-long struggle.