Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Labour’s most successful election winner, on Wednesday urged moderates in the party to grab back ...
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Monday that Britain was in a mess, warning that neither his own Labour Party nor the Conservative Party, led ...
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is laying an election “elephant trap” for the opposition Labour Party that it should avoid, former ...
Forty years after its Islamic Revolution that toppled US-backed Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, Iran is still controlled by hardliners and has become ...
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will warn on Thursday that the threat from extremist militants is growing and the current approach for ...
Since Blair’s intervention in the ongoing Brexit debate in the interview in the Mirror on 1st May, many in the liberal centre of British ...
Former British prime minister Tony Blair said Monday he was plunging back into domestic politics in order to fight against Brexit.Blair, who led the ...
Listening to UN envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, and following the ongoing infighting raging in Aleppo, Idlib and Hamah provinces, between the ...
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s speech last week, in which he pronounced it his “mission” to persuade his fellow citizens ...
Blair deserves to spend the rest of his life behind bars, together with his American buddies
Prescott, now a member of the House of Lords, said he would live with the "catastrophic decision" of Britain going to war
The Chilcot report did not include one accusation of criminality against Tony Blair with regard to the Iraq war
Former British PM's defiant stance that it was still the right thing to remove Saddam from power, renders his apology insincere
John Chilcot, who oversaw the seven-year inquiry, said “the UK chose to join the invasion of Iraq before the peaceful options"
Bush, Blair, Cheney and the rest are not solely responsible for where Iraq is today.
These ghosts have been hovering over us ever since that fateful violent encounter on March 19, 2003 when the American invasion of Iraq began
He will never say sorry for the Iraq war so for those dreamily expecting this, wake up.
His remarks have prompted allegations of an attempted 'spin' ahead of the release of Britain’s Iraq war probe – the Chilcot Inquiry
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was committed to joining the United States in the Iraq war a year before the 2003 invasion
The former British prime minister tried to save the Libyan dictator in 2011, the Times of London reported
Jeremy Corbyn's announcement comes as pressure grows for an inquiry into Britain’s role in the Iraq war
The front runner of the leadership campaign for Britain’s Labour Party has said Tony Blair could be made to stand trial for war crimes
Documents seen by the Telegraph suggest Blair has carried out both private business trips as Quartet Representative
Moshe Kantor proclaims that Jews are the only European minority afraid of sending kids to school
Blair revealed he will chair the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation, a group which champions legislation and dialogue on tolerance
Tony Blair failed to challenge an unsustainable process but he was not the only one
“Tony Blair has decided to step aside from his role as Quartet Representative,” the source said in an email
I got to know Tony – as he is called by the people around him – closely during the period following the overthrowing of the Brotherhood
During the meeting, the two leaders discussed the developments - and the quartet’s efforts - on the ongoing Palestinian peace process
U.S. is ‘grateful for [Blair's] service and efforts on his behalf of the Quartet for the past eight years,’ Psaki says
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