" In an October 2015 CNN interview with Fareed Zakaria, Blair apologised for his "mistakes" over Iraq War and admitted there were "elements of truth" to the view that the invasion helped promote the rise of ISIS. ", Blair was reported by The Guardian in 2006 to have been supported politically by Rupert Murdoch, the founder of the News Corporation organisation. Parliament will have to decide on one of them. Camera shy: The Blairs in Tuscany last August. After losing the list of pedophiles in Britain he then decided to house them in old people's homes. At the last minute, he was added to the shortlist and won the selection over Huckfield. Blair became the country's youngest leader since 1812 and remains the party's longest-serving occupant of the office. In his post-9/11 speech, for example, he stated that "America has no truer friend than Great Britain". , In his maiden speech in the House of Commons on 6 July 1983, Blair stated, "I am a socialist not through reading a textbook that has caught my intellectual fancy, nor through unthinking tradition, but because I believe that, at its best, socialism corresponds most closely to an existence that is both rational and moral. Tony Blair has warned that the damage to health and the economy will be “colossal” unless the government drastically changes it vaccination programme, but some people don’t want to listen to “war criminal” Blair. Mr Blair made the call as he urged ministers to change the UK’s strategy completely in tackling the virus. Again in 2003, Blair went before the United States Congress and said that climate change "cannot be ignored", insisting "we need to go beyond even Kyoto. General Charles Guthrie, the Chief of the Defence Staff, revealed in 2007 that he and Blair had discussed the invasion of Zimbabwe. Cherie Blair CBE QC (née Booth; born 23 September 1954) also known professionally as Cherie Booth, is a British barrister, lecturer, and writer. The CIA-influenced British prime minister in the book is said to be a thinly disguised version of Blair.  Blair categorically denied the allegations. , At one point Alastair Campbell intervened in an interview, preventing the Prime Minister from answering a question about his Christianity, explaining, "We don't do God.  In 2007, the scenario of a possible war crimes trial for the former British prime minister was satirised by the British broadcaster Channel 4, in a "mockumentary", The Trial of Tony Blair, with concluded with the fictional Blair being dispatched to the Hague. HE is the ambitious son of a former Prime Minister – and the latest to cash in on the Blair family name. John Rentoul, "Tony Blair", Warner Books, 1996, p. 109.  His father lectured in law at the University of Adelaide. Blair was pelted with eggs and shoes, and encountered an attempted citizen's arrest for war crimes.. Blair is regularly invited to speak at legal and leadership conferences, and has in the past participated in the World Law Forum, ET Women's Forum, Yidan Prize Summit and the Commonwealth Africa Summit, amongst others. Blair wrote a book of her memoirs, published in late May 2008, entitled Speaking for Myself: The Autobiography, and the book was listed as a Sunday Times best-seller. But I think there will come a time when America decides in its own interest to reengage, so I'm optimistic that America will in the end understand that this is not about relegating your self-interest behind the common interest; it's an understanding that by acting collectively in alliance with others you promote your own interests." He was appointed to the party's frontbench in 1988 and became Shadow Home Secretary in 1992. He put himself forward as a candidate for the Hackney council elections of 1982 in Queensbridge ward, a safe Labour area, but was not selected.. You cannot do that if you are tainted overmuch with a pragmatic period in power. , Testifying before the Iraq Inquiry on 29 January 2010, Blair said Saddam was a "monster and I believe he threatened not just the region but the world.  Blair rarely applies such labels to himself, but he promised before the 1997 election that New Labour would govern "from the radical centre", and according to one lifelong Labour Party member, has always described himself as a social democrat. Every child living in poverty is a stain on our nation- and more are at risk from the tandem economic threats of coronavirus pandemic and a hard Brexit, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair writes This would be achieved in 1995. Tony Blair with Abdulfattah al-Sisi, the leader of the July 2013 military coup that toppled Egypt’s first democratically elected president. He resigned as Prime Minister and Labour Party leader in 2007 and was succeeded by Gordon Brown, who had been his Chancellor of the Exchequer since 1997. Tony Blair's son Euan lavishes £3.6m on stunning marital home with new bride THIS is the stunning £3.6million townhouse that Tony Blair’s oldest son Euan has bought to start his married life. Every child living in poverty is a stain on our nation- and more are at risk from the tandem economic threats of coronavirus pandemic and a hard Brexit, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair writes , British barrister and wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Writings, portrayals, and coverage in books, film and theatre, Chancellors of Liverpool John Moores University, Spouse of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University, Commander of the Order of the British Empire. ", Blair criticised other governments for not doing enough to solve global climate change.  Friends had said that the act was partly motivated by the wish to "repair his reputation". 'Education, Education, Education'. born 2000, age 18 with Cherie Blair. , In 2002, Blair purchased two flats in Bristol with the assistance, it was alleged but later denied, of Peter Foster, a convicted Australian conman and boyfriend of Blair's friend Carole Caplin, who negotiated a discount for Blair. There he says that "I was brought up as [a Christian], but I was not in any real sense a practising one until I went to Oxford.  On 10 June 2010, the OJC released a statement saying that the investigation had "found that Recorder Booth's observations did not constitute judicial misconduct" and accordingly "no disciplinary action is necessary". Leo Blair.  Blair was accused of excessive reliance on spin. , Blair did not want the UK to leave the EU. , In February 2009 he applied to set up a charity called the Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative: the application was approved in November 2009. Under Blair, the party used the phrase "New Labour" to distance itself from previous Labour politics and the traditional idea of socialism. In the early 1980s, he was involved in Labour politics in Hackney South and Shoreditch, where he aligned himself with the "soft left" of the party.  He also introduced tough anti-terrorism and identity card legislation. , A member of Lincoln's Inn, she became a barrister in 1976 and Queen's Counsel in 1995. , In summer 2015, Blair's law firm accepted a large fee to advise the Maldives government as it faced a challenge from former Maldivian president Mohamed Nasheed over his imprisonment for "terrorism". His time in office occurred during a period of continued economic growth, but this became increasingly dependent on mounting debt. They agreed not to stand against each other, it is said, as part of a supposed Blair–Brown pact. As prime minister, many of his policies reflected a centrist "Third Way" political philosophy.[a]. Blair's first PMOS was Alastair Campbell, who served in that role from May 1997 to 8 June 2001, after which he served as the Prime Minister's Director of Communications and Strategy until his resignation on 29 August 2003 in the aftermath of the Hutton Inquiry.  He was influenced by fellow student and Anglican priest Peter Thomson, who awakened his religious faith and left-wing politics.  Blair was reprimanded by Cardinal Basil Hume in 1996 for receiving Holy Communion at Mass, while still an Anglican, in contravention of canon law. He resigned in 2007 after 10 years as prime minister. In the 2006 Channel 4 comedy drama documentary, Tony Blair: Rock Star, he was portrayed by Christian Brassington. He became involved in Labour politics and was elected Member of Parliament for Sedgefield in 1983. ony Blair has said the entire country needs to be placed under a ramped-up Covid-19 vaccination programme with up to five million jabs a week. Tony Blair and former education secretaries join charities and unions to demand ministers hand out thousands more iPads and laptops to deprived children …  But Blair and the modernisers wanted Smith to go further still, and called for radical adjustment of Party goals by repealing "Clause IV," the historic commitment to nationalisation of industry. Anthony Charles Lynton Blair (born 6 May 1953) is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007 and Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007. When he discovered the Trimdon branch had not yet made a nomination, Blair visited them and won the support of the branch secretary John Burton, and with Burton's help was nominated by the branch. Afterwards, Blair issued a statement and held a two-hour press conference to apologise and to justify the decisions he had made in 2003 "in good faith" and denying allegations that the war had led to a significant increase in terrorism. “And the paper we published today shows how we can get up to three million, I think we could get up to three million a week by the end of January, provided that the vaccines are available, and they should …  Blair originally indicated that he would retain his parliamentary seat after his resignation as Prime Minister came into effect; however, on being confirmed for the Middle East role he resigned from the Commons by taking up an office of profit.  His style was sometimes criticised as not that of a prime minister and head of government, which he was, but of a president and head of state – which he was not. He currently serves as the executive chairman of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, established in 2016. , There is some evidence that Blair's long term dominance of the centre forced his Conservative opponents to shift a long distance to the left to challenge his hegemony there. , In 1987, he stood for election to the Shadow Cabinet, receiving 71 votes. "Labour's Election Who's Who", Labour Party, 1983, Appendix p. 2. , In 1972, at the age of nineteen, Blair enrolled for university at St John's College, Oxford, reading Jurisprudence for three years. Blair also maintained, that once the terms deciding how the UK leaves the EU were known the people should vote again on those terms. The couple have been fiercely protective of the young ones' privacy and that is likely to extend to the new baby. Blair was born in Edinburgh; his father, Leo, was a barrister and academic. Leo George Blair (born 20 May 2000) is the youngest son of former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair and Cherie Blair. , After Oxford, Blair then became a member of Lincoln's Inn and enrolled as a pupil barrister. In 1999, she was appointed a recorder (a permanent part-time judge) in the County Court and Crown Court.  Aged thirteen, he was sent to spend his school term time boarding at Fettes College in Edinburgh from 1966 to 1971. , In 2015, Blair defended Rwandan spy chief Emmanuel Karenzi Karake against accusations that he had conspired to murder three Spanish NGO workers and a Canadian priest. , The Kosovo War, which Blair had advocated on moral grounds, was initially a failure when it relied solely on air strikes; the threat of a ground offensive convinced Serbia's Slobodan Milošević to withdraw. Speaking on Times Radio, the former prime minister insisted that a goal should be set to increase vaccinations to five million per week. , Blair and Brown raised spending on the NHS and other public services, increasing spending from 39.9% of GDP to 48.1% in 2010–11. Kathryn Blair.  In May 2008 Blair announced a new plan for peace and for Palestinian rights, based heavily on the ideas of the Peace Valley plan. , The selection for Sedgefield did not begin until after the 1983 general election was called.  In 2010, The Tablet named him as one of Britain's most influential Roman Catholics.  The Financial Times on the other hand has argued that Blair is not conservative, but instead a populist. With his parents basing their family in Durham, Blair attended Chorister School from 1961 to 1966. Tony Blair was the leader of the British Labour Party from 1994 to 2007, and prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007. , In 2006 Blair was criticised for his failure to immediately call for a ceasefire in the 2006 Lebanon War. , Media analysis of the sudden announcement was wide-ranging, describing it as an act of "desperation" to obtain a better launch reception of a humiliating "publishing flop" that had languished in the ratings, "blood money" for the lives lost in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, an act with a "hidden motive" or an expression of "guilt", a "genius move" to address the problem that "Tony Blair ha[d] one of the most toxic brands around" from a PR perspective, and a "cynical stunt to wipe the slate", but also as an attempt to make amends. As reported in the November 20 issue of the Independent: “Tony Blair was last night recognised for his humanitarian work at a glamorous gala to raise funds for a global children’s charity – in front of guests including Lassie the dog. There is talk of Tony Blair coming back into politics, in much the way that Charles de Gaulle popped up as leader of France after a 13-year gap. , Blair ordered Operation Barras, a highly successful SAS/Parachute Regiment strike to rescue hostages from a Sierra Leone rebel group. The book is a compilation history of the lives of spouses of British Prime Ministers for most of the second half of the 20th century.  A 2015 assertion, by Francis Beckett, David Hencke and Nick Kochan, concluded that Blair had acquired $90 million and a property portfolio worth $37.5 million in the eight years since he had left office. , Blair showed a deep feeling for Israel, born in part from his faith.  On 7 September 2006, Blair publicly stated he would step down as party leader by the time of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) conference held 10–13 September 2007, having promised to serve a full term during the previous general election campaign. Nasheed, who served from 2008 to 2012 as his country's first democratically elected leader, is seeing out a 13-year prison sentence after a widely criticised trial. , Blair married Cherie Booth, a Roman Catholic, who would later become a Queen's Counsel, on 29 March 1980. In the period between September 2002 and April 2005, Blair and Murdoch are documented speaking 6 times; three times in the 9 days before the Iraq War, including the eve of 20 March US and UK invasion, and on 29 January 25 April and 3 October 2004. In July 2009, this accomplishment was followed by the launching of the Faith and Globalisation Initiative with Yale University in the US, Durham University in the UK, and the National University of Singapore in Asia, to deliver a postgraduate programme in partnership with the Foundation. Since the Iraq War, Blair has been the subject of war crimes accusations. , However, a perception of one-sided compromising personal and political closeness led to discussion of the term "Poodle-ism" in the UK media, to describe the "Special Relationship" of the UK government and Prime Minister with the US White House and President. Blair oversaw British interventions in Kosovo (1999) and Sierra Leone (2000) which were generally perceived as successful.  Blair was reported to have accepted a business advisory role with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt, a situation deemed incompatible with his role as Middle East envoy. , Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007, "Anthony Blair" redirects here. born 1984, age 34 with Cherie Blair.  In the event, virtually every opinion poll since late-1992 put Labour ahead with enough support to form an overall majority. Blair's governments enacted constitutional reforms, removing most hereditary peers from the House of Lords, while also establishing the UK's Supreme Court and reforming the office of Lord Chancellor (thereby separating judicial powers from the legislative and executive branches). " or "Religion as a Force in protecting Women's Human Rights" at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Angelicum, in Rome. Tony Blair has responded to criticism of His plans by arguing that Britain's pedophile reserve should be "relocated to the new hold still from their current positions as PE teachers, Welsh children's home orderlies, and Catholic ministers. Tony Blair 1997. Later, though, people began to question his decisions, particularly his support of war in Iraq . Until 1988, her head of chambers was George Carman. , Blair built his foreign policy on basic principles (close ties with U.S. and E.U.)  In contrast to his later centrism, Blair made it clear in a letter he wrote to Labour leader Michael Foot in July 1982 (published in 2006) that he had "come to Socialism through Marxism" and considered himself on the left. "Our mission is to provide women with the skills, technology, networks and access to capital that they need to become successful small and growing business owners, so that they can contribute to their economies and have a stronger voice in their societies," says its mission statement.  Film and theatre director Richard Eyre opined that "Blair had a very considerable skill as a performer". , In an interview with Michael Parkinson broadcast on ITV1 on 4 March 2006, Blair referred to the role of his Christian faith in his decision to go to war in Iraq, stating that he had prayed about the issue, and saying that God would judge him for his decision: "I think if you have faith about these things, you realise that judgement is made by other people ... and if you believe in God, it's made by God as well. They aspired to middle-class status, but accepted the Conservative argument that Labour was holding ambitious people back with its levelling-down policies.  He said there was "no real difference between wanting regime change and wanting Iraq to disarm: regime change was US policy because Iraq was in breach of its UN obligations. , Blair became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on 2 May 1997, serving concurrently as First Lord of the Treasury, Minister for the Civil Service and Leader of the Labour Party. The baby arrived at 00:25BST and weighed in at 6lbs 12oz, according to Downing Street. During this period, his father worked as a junior tax inspector whilst also studying for a law degree from the University of Edinburgh. Save the Children is trying to tamp down coverage and “contain” the damage from the award given to former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair by its US arm. , Labour's overall majority at the 2005 general election was reduced from 167 to 66 seats. A Freedom of Information request by The Sunday Times in 2012 revealed that Blair's government considered knighting Syria's President Bashar al-Assad. In November 2011, a war crimes tribunal of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission, established by Malaysia's former and current Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, reached a unanimous conclusion that Blair and George W. Bush are guilty of crimes against peace, crimes against humanity, and genocide as a result of their roles in the 2003 Iraq War. The former prime minister was speaking on Times … In 1923, he returned to (and later died in) Ballyshannon, County Donegal. Speaking on Times Radio, the former prime minister insisted that a goal should be set to increase vaccinations to five million per week. He was Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007 and Member of Parliament (MP) for Sedgefield from 1983 to 2007.  As Blair is credited as being instrumental in ending the conflict in Kosovo, some boys born in the country following the war have been given the name Toni or Tonibler.  The Blair children attended Catholic secondary schools, including The London Oratory School. It covers the spouses of former prime ministers Anthony Eden, Harold Macmillan, Alec Douglas-Home, Harold Wilson, James Callaghan, Margaret Thatcher, and John Major. Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed the sum came from Britain's Department for International Development, which works to "eliminate world poverty", the 'Daily Express' … Married on 29 March 1980, the Blairs have three sons and one daughter: Euan (born 1984), Nicholas (born 1985), Kathryn (born 1988), and Leo (born 2000). 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The entire country must be placed under a Covid-19 vaccination programme, according to Tony Blair.  Blair's election literature in the 1983 general election endorsed left-wing policies that Labour advocated in the early 1980s. The entire country must be placed under a Covid-19 vaccination programme, according to Tony Blair. Tony Blair is a British politician who served as one of the youngest and longest-serving prime ministers of Britain. , In 1994, Blair forged close ties with Michael Levy, a leader of the Jewish Leadership Council.  In October 2012 Blair's foundation hit controversy when it emerged they were taking on unpaid interns. , In 2010, Blair spoke at WE Day, an event held by WE Charity as part of their ongoing effort to empower youth and encourage them to get involved in their communities. David Cameron mocks Tony Blair for his Save the Children 'Global Legacy' award. Blair co-authored, with Cate Haste, the 2004 book The Goldfish Bowl: Married to the Prime Minister. If Parliament can't then it should decide to go back to the people. David Cameron mocks Tony Blair for his Save the Children 'Global Legacy' award. In 2001 Britain joined the U.S. in the global war on terror. British politician and Prime Minister Tony Blair represented a new era in Parliament and made major changes to the Labour Party along the way. , Blair's financial assets are structured in a complicated manner, and as such estimates of their extent vary widely. Labour prime minister Tony Blair came to power after Britain had spent years under Conservative rule. , In December 2016, Blair created the Tony Blair Institute to promote global outlooks by governments and organisations. The proceedings lasted for four days, and consisted of five judges of judicial and academic backgrounds, a tribunal-appointed defence team in lieu of the defendants or representatives, and a prosecution team including international law professor Francis Boyle. Stephen Mangan portrays Blair in The Hunt for Tony Blair (2011), a one-off The Comic Strip Presents... satire presented in the style of a 1950s film noir. She was also a subject in "Shoot The Dog", a song by George Michael that was critical of the Iraq war. , In July 2017, former Iraqi general Abdulwaheed al-Rabbat launched a private war crimes prosecution, in the High Court in London, asking for Tony Blair, former foreign secretary Jack Straw and former attorney general Lord Goldsmith to be prosecuted for "the crime of aggression" for their role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. , In his first six years in office, Blair ordered British troops into combat five times, more than any other prime minister in British history. , In May 2007, before his resignation, it was speculated that Blair would be offered a knighthood in the Order of the Thistle, owing to his Scottish connections (rather than the Order of the Garter, which is usually offered to former Prime Ministers).  She came at the top of her year in the bar exams, while teaching law at the Polytechnic of Central London (University of Westminster). The Pope and his advisors criticised some of Blair's political actions, but followed up with a reportedly unprecedented red-carpet welcome, which included the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, who would be responsible for Blair's Catholic instruction. White House sources stated that "both Israel and the Palestinians had signed up to the proposal".  Blair publicly apologised for her embarrassing connection to Foster, stating "I did not think it was my business to choose my friends' friends". Secret lives: The Blair children. , With a general election due, Blair had not been selected as a candidate anywhere. Launch at Millbank of Education manifesto for 1997 General Election.  Despite his defeat, William Russell, political correspondent for The Glasgow Herald, described Blair as "a very good candidate", while acknowledging that the result was "a disaster" for the Labour Party. , In 2000, Blair "flagged up" 100 million euros for green policies and urged environmentalists and businesses to work together. In 1997, the Labour Party won its largest landslide general election victory in its history. 26 noviembre 2014. Tony Blair is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of his country for ten years, from 1997 to 2007. , Blair's apparent refusal to set a date for his departure was criticised by the British press and Members of Parliament. , She is a practising Roman Catholic. Blair, the leader of the modernising faction, had an entirely different vision, arguing that the long-term trends had to be reversed. On 26 July 2006, she was awarded the honorary title of Emerita Chancellor, as well as the university honorarily naming its new Cherie Booth Building. The sisters attended Catholic schools in Crosby, Merseyside. The family returned to the United Kingdom in the summer of 1958. The Blair Musical. Later, though, people began to question his decisions, particularly his support of war in Iraq . In Ballyshannon, Corscadden's wife, Sarah Margaret (née Lipsett), gave birth above the family's grocery shop to Blair's mother, Hazel.  Via her father, Blair and her younger sister Lyndsey have six half-sisters, including British journalist Lauren Booth.  Palliser had been intended as an evacuation mission but Brigadier David Richards was able to convince Blair to allow him to expand the role; at the time, Richards' action was not known and Blair was assumed to be behind it. A notable example before the European Court of Justice was concerned with discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation.  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