Cherie Blair

Cherie Blair

Officials accused of cover-up in Cherie Blair verdict

SENIOR judicial officials have been accused of trying to cover up the findings of a top-level inquiry which examined comments by Cherie Blair as she spared a violent criminal jail.

Cherie Blair backs SNP over Labour

CHERIE Blair, the wife of the former prime minister, has dealt an embarrassing blow to Labour by praising the SNP's "courageous" plans to reform Scotland's prison system.

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Women key to end crisis, says Cherie

WOMEN should use the "opportunity" of the recession to prove their worth in the workplace, Cherie Blair has claimed.

Cherie reveals her knife-crime fears

CHERIE Blair said yesterday she feared for her children when they went out in the street and warned that knife and gun crime among teenagers could be more common than official figures suggested.

Cherie Blair: 'I'm not sorry for any of book'

CHERIE Blair was as frank, forthcoming and unrepentant in person as she is in print last night when she visited Scotland to promote her controversial autobiography.

Cherie 'should quit as judge over memoirs'

CHERIE Blair yesterday faced down calls for her resignation as a judge, amid claims that her candid memoirs "demean the legal profession".

Cherie accused of exploiting Kelly's death

CHERIE BLAIR was yesterday accused of cashing in on the suicide of the late government scientist Dr David Kelly as his family joined a growing backlash over the memoirs of the former prime minister's wife.

Blairs' fourth child conceived during stay with Queen

THE fourth child of Tony and Cherie Blair was conceived while they were guests of the Queen at Balmoral, Mrs Blair has revealed in her memoirs, which have added to Gordon Brown's woes.

Blairs spend £4 million on Gielgud home

Bucks: Tony and Cherie Blair have bought the £4 million former country home of the late actor Sir John Gielgud.

What Cherie did next

HER hair is styled into a new neat but stylish longer bob and has been coloured mahogany with fetching lowlights. The familiar pillar-box lips are alluringly glossed, the glowing skin made-up to airbrushed perfection. The severe polo neck and restrained earrings are a world away from her old exotic, if erratic, dress sense.

The Blairs at No 10

TONY and Cherie Blair today celebrate the milestone many thought they might never make: a decade in 10 Downing Street. Few other British couples have had their marriage subjected to such public scrutiny and emerged after ten years with their relationship unscathed.

'Cheriegate' con man Foster is held after five days on the run

INTERNATIONAL slimming pill con man Peter Foster was behind bars last night after being on the run from authorities in the Pacific for five days.

Pacific manhunt for 'Cheriegate' scandal adviser

A PACIFIC-WIDE alert has been issued for conman Peter Foster, the man behind the infamous "Cheriegate" scandal, who was last seen wading ashore near the Vanuatu capital, Port Villa.

Cherie firm in website fraud alert

POLICE were called in by Cherie Booth's law firm after an apparent attempt to clone its website as part of a possible fraud. Matrix Chambers says it wants the site, in the name of a group calling itself Lando Attorneys, taken down.

Women need an old girls' club to get ahead at work, urges Cherie Blair

WOMEN need to club together if they are to achieve equality in the workplace, Cherie Blair told a conference of female business executives yesterday.

'Cheriegate' conman faces immigration fraud charges

AUSTRALIAN conman Peter Foster, who was at the centre of the "Cheriegate" scandal which embarrassed Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife, has appeared in court in Fiji on immigration fraud charges.

Conman linked to Blair hurt in Fiji escape bid

PETER Foster, the convicted Australian conman whose links with Cherie Blair caused the Prime Minister's wife severe embarrassment, was detained in Fiji after he tried to escape police by jumping off a bridge.

Cherie urges poor to join the QC

CHERIE BLAIR has backed a £1.5 million network of regional centres being set up to persuade people from less privileged backgrounds to become lawyers.

Labour's idea of a truce... Brown a 'liar'

Key quote "Honestly, guys, I hate to spoil your story, but I didn't say it and I don't believe it, either" Cherie Blair

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