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Blair

Tony, full name Anthony Charles Lynton Blair. born 1953, British politician; leader of the Labour Party from 1994; prime minister from 1997
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Mr Blair has already denied the claim made in Wolff 's book Fire and Fury.
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Biographer Tom Bower says Blair didn't trust most of his Cabinet and repeatedly denied them access to details of his secret planning.
Mrs Blair demanded Anji Hunter was fired after finding a box of messages between the special adviser and her husband.
Whether it is avoiding an attempt by a waiter to arrest him for war crimes while he dined in a London restaurant, or his praising of the Egyptian Army coup, with its repression of civilians and jailing of journalists, Blair appears destined to always be with us.
To make matters worse, Deng's letter to herself where she described her torment in missing Blair was recently published by (http://www.
But both Cherie and Blair were angry and confused after seeing what they regard as unfounded slurs.
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.
In The Ghostwriter, a commercially successful 2010 film directed by Roman Polanski (based on a novel by Robert Harris), a suave, handsome ex-prime minister is not only shown to be an unctuous lap-dog to the American imperium, the most frequent charge leveled at Blair.
And to prove it, Blair has warm words for those viewed on the Left as the prince and princess of darkness, former Conservative prime minister Margaret Thatcher ("a great prime minister") and US president George W Bush, as well as arch-traitor (in Labour mythology) Roy Jenkins who set up the breakaway Social Democratic Party (SDP) in 1981.
Dennis Blair, the US director of national intelligence, will step down from his position on May 28.