[The Guardian (blog)] - The Tories never got over ousting Mrs T. Labour knifed Tony Blair but not until he'd gone past his sell-by date. Then they fretted over the hapless Gordon Brown, with nobody prepared to play Brutus. But the supposedly cuddly party of the centre enjoys
[Telegraph.co.uk] The Daily Telegraph, asked Saga members who their favourite post-war Prime Minister was. Over a third, 34 per cent, named Margaret Thatcher while 13 per cent said Winston Churchill. Harold Wilson achieved 9 per cent of the votes followed by Tony Blair.
[The Independent] - Distressing news for those prone to insomnia from fretting about the financial security of Mr Tony Blair, pictured below. He has taken a £4.2m mortgage on his house in Bayswater – No (c) in the portfolio – from JP Morgan, the bank which rents his
[The Guardian] - A former adviser to Tony Blair and PR chief at BSkyB, Tim Allan recently became a millionaire with the sale of a majority stake in his communications agency Portland to US marketing services company Omnicom in a deal thought to be worth as much as £20m
[Citywire.co.uk (blog)] - Xstrata rose 22.5p or 2.2% to £ with Glencore shedding another 4.5p or 1.2% to p as the deal, brokered in part by former British prime minister Tony Blair, seemed to bring the £56 billion merger a step nearer. However, more haggling could
[theriskyshift.com (blog)] - Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been back in the headlines recently (though not quite as he would like), with Archbishop Desmond Tutu calling for him to be put on trial, a call supported by, among others, Guardian columnist George Monbiot
[Oxford Student] - Viewers around the world gained a privileged glimpse into the off-camera “special relationship” between George W Bush and Tony Blair in The President reportedly thanked the Prime Minister for a sweater he'd bought him, adding: “I know you picked