Tony Blair


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Noun1.Tony Blair - British statesman who became prime minister in 1997 (born in 1953)
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Terry Herbert was slightly more forgiving, saying: "Bush conned Tony Blair into the war in Iraq, but at least Tony Blair has had the bottle to admit he's made a mistake, while the real crook Bush seemingly couldn't give a toss.
When the Labour man stood down as an MP, the property served as the headquarters of the Tony Blair Sports Foundation.
Tony Blair does have the reputation for being media savvy and eventually we might know the signifi-cance of his intervention.
While I'm not a fan of Tony Blair after his lies on the Iraq war, I do welcome his attack on David Cameron and all he stands for.
HM the King welcomed Tony Blair, and lauded his efforts and role in consolidating the long-standing relations of friendship, coordination and fruitful cooperation between Bahrain and the United Kingdom.
Is this the same Tony Blair who secured a job as peace envoy in the Middle East?
First off she began by protesting the jailing of these journalists and then placed Tony Blair in the midst of it.
Speaking as head of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation, which provides practical support to prevent religious prejudice, conflict and extremism, he said that "in the 21st century, education is a security issue.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair, who is currently visiting the country, discussed with Sheikh Abdullah the latest developments regarding the Middle East peace process, and the efforts exerted by the UAE to push forward the regional and international efforts.
The former Prime Minister said he was not surprised at questions being raised in a Sunday newspaper about the Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative's bid.
Tony Blair (Stephen Mangan) goes into hiding when he's accused of murder
26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The fall gala season will hit a high note in a matter of weeks when PBS host and 60 Minutes contributing correspondent Charlie Rose conducts a fireside chat with renowned world leader and Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in downtown San Francisco.