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The ministerial term Tony Blair won in 2005 can go until 2010, so Brown really isn't yet into an electoral period.
Labour's first term Tony Blair declared that he was a daring radical.
The interview with Tony Blair, which is linked in this piece, is very insightful and I would highly recommend listening to it.
Andy Burnham calls Tony Blair "sad", trying the patronising approach to the man without whom Andy Burnham would not exist as a public figure.
The leadership contenders sneer at Tony Blair at their peril. He knew how to win
Reviews were used by the two most effective opposition leaders of recent times, namely Tony Blair and David Cameron.
Ed Miliband needs to change a lot more than his son's nappies
And the same people whod cheered at the notion of Tony Blair being an arse-licking warmonger, clapped and sneered with derision at the mention of Georges name.
"In the hands of an operator as ambitious as Tony Blair, that is a near certainty," Mr. Hague said.
CBS reported a story from the British newspaper, The Independent, suggesting that a comment made by Jack Straw so infuriated President Bush that the President called Tony Blair to express how upset Bush was at the comments made by Jack Straw.
But what comments made by a high ranking official of our most supportive ally in the war in Iraq could so anger President Bush that he would call Tony Blair to complain and demand that the outspoken official be "reined in?"
How is it possible to call Tony Blair's sister-in-law, a left-wing Greek MP and a Holocaust survivor "Hamas sympathizers"?
gangerh commented on the word Tony Blair
I played with your name
January 30, 2010