Anthony Charles Lynton Blair (born 6 May 1953) is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007 and Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007. After his resignation, he was appointed Special Envoy of the Quartet on the Middle East, an office which he held until 2015 — Wikipedia
Buckingham Palace officials are drawing up plans to hand top honours to Labour politicians amid concerns that the Queen’s dislike of Tony Blair has resulted in the “bedblocking” of other senior
Loathe him or find him mildly irritating, you can’t deny Tony Blair has a talent for being heard. He popped up in our news section, giving Covid advice in that self-effacing way that so endears him to
He has set up the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
Former British prime minister fires off a withering critique of the far-left and its approach to culture, gender, race and identity.
Sir Keir Starmer is not presenting a convincing vision, and the Labour Party “needs total deconstruction and reconstruction”, Tony Blair has declared.The former prime minister said Starmer “lacks a
Ex-prime ministers Tony Blair and John Major unite to condemn internal market bill
State Papers: Incoming PM Tony Blair and taoiseach Bertie Ahern struck the right note
Former prime minister Tony Blair slams “foolish” and “unacceptable” vaccine nationalism by the EU.
Blair had appealed to government officials for special dispensation from the COVID-19 rules, but was not issued with the formal exemption, the report said.
Tony Blair has held secret talks with the health secretary about the government’s Covid-19 strategy, as the former prime minister seeks a “de Gaulle-style comeback” more than a decade after leaving
Secret talks covered vaccines and mass testing
Are we nostalgic for New Labour? Never were public services so good as under Blair – his return is improbable, but not now unthinkable, writes Jon Davis