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Latest Tony Blair Items
Ed Miliband, Britain's newly appointed opposition leader, insisted Sunday he won't force his Labor Party toward the political left wing after he harnessed the support of leftist labor unions to beat his better-known brother in a dramatic election.
Police raided a garbage depot and arrested street cleaners in a suspected terror plot against Pope Benedict XVI on Friday. Undeterred, the pontiff stuck to his message, reaching across Britain's religious and secular divide to demand a greater role for faith in public life.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday the current restrictions on West Bank settlements will not remain in place, though some limits on construction still will be in place.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday the current restrictions on West Bank settlements will not remain in place, though there will still be some limits on construction.
Imagine a Middle East with a friendly Iran and no terrorism. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair wrote in his autobiography, "A Journey," that former Vice President Dick Cheney dreamed big when it came to the Middle East. According to Mr. Blair, Mr. Cheney "would have worked through the whole lot, Iraq, Syria, Iran, dealing with all their surrogates in the course of it - Hezbollah, Hamas, etc." He said the vice president believed "the world had to be remade after September the 11th."
A book-launch party for former British Prime Minister Tony Blair at London's top modern art venue has been postponed following a threat by protesters to picket the event.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's new memoir, "A Journey," is an odyssey into moral and political corruption ("Extracts from Tony Blair's new memoir 'A Journey,' " Web, Culture, Wednesday).
"On 2 May 1997, I walked into Downing Street as PM for the first time," writes former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in this engaging and far-ranging memoir. "I had never held office, not even as the most junior of junior ministers. It was my first and only job in government."
I like Tony Blair. The left is always lecturing us conservatives on moderation. It would do us good, they say. If only we were moderate, we might win the fall elections. Yet, we are likely to go for people like Joe Miller in Alaska and the dreaded Sharron Angle in Nevada, and we are going to get clobbered, or at least not win as thumpingly as expected.