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ENG: Anthony Charles Lynton Blair (born 6 May 1953) is a British Labour Party politician who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sedgefield from 1983 to 2007 and Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007. Blair led Labour to a landslide victory in the 1997 general election, winning 418 seats, the most the party has ever held. The party went on to win two more elections under his leadership, in 2001 and 2005, with a significantly reduced majority in the latter. Blair was elected Labour Party leader in the leadership election of July 1994, following the sudden death of his predecessor, John Smith. Under his leadership, the party used the phrase "New Labour" to distance it from previous Labour policies. Blair ...
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Tony Blair receives Israeli prize worth $1 million

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will be one of the three laureates of the Dan David Prize for 2009, awarded annually by Tel Aviv University. Each of the laureates will receive a $1 million prize, 10 percent of which is contributed to 20 doctoral and post-doctoral scholarships. Blair was selected to receive the prize in leadership for what the judges described as "his exceptional leadership and steadfast determination in helping to engineer agreements and forge lasting solutions to areas in conflict." Also receiving the prize for 2009 are Paolo de Bernardis, Andre Lange and ...

Tony Blair: world needs more religion

For those who wondered why a seemingly intelligent person like Blair was so close to Bush, here it is. The man who helped launch a war that opened up religious strife in one of the most tense areas in the world is back to lecture us on the need for more religion. Great. After the last eight years of religion being shoved down our throats, this is the last thing I want to hear from a Western political leader. The upside is he's out of power so there's only so there are limits to how much time he gets in the news. Go pray for someone else and keep me out of it. Keep your damned religion out of ...

Bush gives Blair highest US civilian honour

Former prime minister receives presidential medal of freedom for 'efforts to promote democracy and peace abroad' George Bush presented Tony Blair with the presidential medal of freedom, the highest honour awarded to civilians in the United States, at a ceremony at the White House today.The former prime minister received the medal for "efforts to promote democracy, human rights and peace abroad", the White House said. The former Australian prime minister John Howard and Colombian president Alvaro Uribe also received the medal today, during Bush's last week as US president.Speaking at the ...

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Iraq war not to blame for 7/7 bombings, insists Tony Blair - The Independent
The IndependentIraq war not to blame for 7/7 bombings, insists Tony BlairThe IndependentSpeaking during an interview with his former Cabinet colleague Dame Tessa Jowell on LBC Radio, Mr Blair said: "9/11 in New York was probably the first really large scale terrorist attack. Obviously, we had certain foreign policy responses to that. Tony ...Tony Blair: How I heard about 7/7 London bombingsBBC NewsTony Blair: World must 'wake up' to threat of Islamic extremismITV News7/7 anniversary: Tony Blair DENIES invasion of Iraq brought on London bombingsExpress.co.ukMirror.co.uk -Telegraph.co.ukall 27 news articles »
Tony Blair: We can fight the fanatics - Daily Star
Daily StarTony Blair: We can fight the fanaticsDaily StarThe former PM, who led Britain to war in Iraq and Afghanistan, said: “You have got to have the means of combating these people and combating them on the ground.” He insisted that did not mean sending British ground troops into Syria, but added: “This ...
7/7 bombings: From Tony Blair to Prince William, what key figures said about ... - The Independent
The Independent7/7 bombings: From Tony Blair to Prince William, what key figures said about ...The IndependentTony Blair returned from the G8 Summit in the wake of the bombings, describing the attack as 'barbaric' (Getty). Michael Howard, then Tory leader: "I entirely support what the Prime Minister has said about our determination to protect and defend our ...Ken Livingstone was the mayor London needed on 7/7Politics.co.uk (blog)all 17 news articles »
Tony Blair and the Self-Exalting Mindset of the West: in Two Paragraphs - The Intercept - First Look Media
The Intercept - First Look MediaTony Blair and the Self-Exalting Mindset of the West: in Two ParagraphsThe Intercept - First Look MediaTony Blair today took a little time off from serving the world's despots in order to exploit the 10th anniversary of the July 7 London train bombing. He did so by casting blame on “radical Islam” for the world's violence while exempting himself ...

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