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

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Pamela, a former nursery nurse, and chartered surveyor Adam, from Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, said Blair has been refused physiotherapy and speech therapy which he urgently needs.
Mr Blair has already denied the claim made in Wolff 's book Fire and Fury.
The diaries of Alastair Campbell, Mr Blair's high-profile director of communications, suggest Mr Blair sounded out the likes of then French president Jacques Chirac and then German Chancellor Gerhard Schroder on the possibility of him taking over the top job in Europe.
Blair began operations on April 15, 1996, when John J.
Under Tony Blair's Prime Ministership Labour lost four million votes, Labour's share of the vote in the 2005 General Election was the worst accrued by any winning party since 1832.
Mrs Blair demanded Anji Hunter was fired after finding a box of messages between the special adviser and her husband.
UK Labour Party Pursued Correct Immigration Policy in 2000s -- Tony Blair
When Tony Blair became leader of the Labour Party in July 1994, foreign policy was a long way from the top of his list of priorities.
Blair began and ended his speech on an alarmist note, designed to mobilise the public by preying on fear.
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.
Rumors of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's alleged affair with Rupert Murdoch's wife, Wendi Deng, has once again flared up, after a report stated that Blair was about to confess about his overnight stay at the media mogul's ranch in California with Deng.
Blair behaves like a prophet the world ignores at its peril.
25 ( ANI ): Former British prime minister Tony Blair's wife Cherie is fuming over claims that her husband had affair with Rupert Murdoch's ex-wife Wendi Deng.
Imagine the opening scene with Tony Blair making his way up Corporation Street, packed deep with anti-war protestors, to Birmingham Law Courts in a secured van, having being arrested for alleged war crimes.