Tony Blair

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Noun1.Tony Blair - British statesman who became prime minister in 1997 (born in 1953)
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Well, let me tell you, Anthony Charles Lynton Blair," the Beast of Bolsover thundered at the new MP as the audience, old Labour to a man, roared him on.
It is to be hopes that Anthony Charles Lynton Blair would give the speech unveiling the memorial, reflecting upon what Britain has gained from its military efforts.
It is to be hoped that Anthony Charles Lynton Blair would give the speech unveiling the memorial, reflecting upon what Britain has gained from its military efforts.
His favoured candidates for the job are: The right Hon Tony Blair, T Blair esq, and mr Anthony Charles Lynton Blair.
A GHOST slipped silently out of an open window as new Labour leader Ed Miliband lapped up the acclaim of delegates in Manchester yesterday - that of Anthony Charles Lynton Blair.
And the other front runner in the race is Anthony Charles Lynton Blair.
Especially if your name is Anthony Charles Lynton Blair.
Anthony Charles Lynton Blair surrendered British rights and interests at every meeting with French and German politicians he ever attended and he has just surrendered Britain lock, stock and barrel at the latest meeting he attended.
WHEN Anthony Charles Lynton Blair was born in Edinburgh in 1953, no-one knew he would grow up to become Prime Minister of the UK - nor what a heavy burden the job would prove.
He said there appeared to be "something worryingly adrift in the mind of Anthony Charles Lynton Blair".