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British statesman who became prime minister in 1997 (born in 1953)

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But on the Andrew Marr Show, Mr Woolf insisted: "They were not 15ft away, with Tony Blair, let's choose my words carefully, 'sucking up' to Kushner.
Bower's book, Broken Vows, says Blair asked aides back November 2001 to produce strategy paper on Iraq that included options for invasion.
The couple had furious rows about the notes and a year later Mrs Blair directly asked Ms Hunter: "When are you leaving?
The one thing in which Blair doesn't appear to be making any headlines is in his role as peace envoy for the Middle East Quartet.
According to the Mirror, a source close to Blair said rumours of an affair with Wendi were categorically untrue.
Blair has managed to get his trial transferred to Birmingham because he has argued successfully that the Londonbased judges have got it in for him.
Blair shares an important trait with his American counterpart, George W.
Blair, who became MP for Sedgefield in 1983--"You don't look like Labour and you don't sound like Labour", Edward Heath memorably told him--fought that year's election on a platform of unilateral nuclear disarmament and nationalisation.
The truth is that Tony Blair still haunts the Labour Party - and for good reason.
I have had no greater honour or pleasure than to lead the remarkably talented and patriotic men and women of the intelligence community," Blair said in the statement, sent to US intelligence employees.
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Adam Price MP was right in trying to get Tony Blair impeached for taking the UK into an illegal war.
His hair grayer and a bit thinner than one remembers from his decade in I0 Downing Street (1997-2007), former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, 55, still takes to an audience with the youthful passion and pursuit of persuasion he brought regularly to "Prime Minister's Question Time" during Parliament sessions or even to the royal household.
He was predeceased by four brothers, James, John, Earl and Robert Blair.
Summary: Former British PM Tony Blair was received Tuesday by the Leader in Tripoli.