Tony Blair's "journey" took him on the classic path of politicians and other leaders who reach the end of their "shelf life", it was claimed today.
Tony Blair yesterday honoured former United States President Bill Clinton, saying his help had been essential when dealing with the Kosovo conflict and the Northern Ireland peace process.
Tony Blair was forced to call off a party last night arranged to mark the launch of his new book, saying it would be "frightening" for his friends to have to walk past anti-war protesters.
Tony Blair has cancelled a high-profile signing session of his new memoir in central London amid concerns over planned protests.
The former head of the army has accused Tony Blair and Gordon Brown of letting down British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Tony Blair was to join Christine Bleakley and Adrian Chiles on the sofa today as the country wakes up to a new early morning television show.
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It was a bargain at the discounted price of £12.50 at which it was surprisingly available on the day of publication, but, unlike Winston Churchill, I doubt if Tony Blair will get the Nobel Prize for Literature for his memoirs.
TONY Blair lied to prevent the collapse of the Northern Ireland peace process, he has admitted.
TONY Blair claimed he got "a genius" when he drafted in Alastair Campbell as his head of media, shortly after becoming Labour leader.
THE former PM defended his decision to go to war in Iraq, despite admitting he broke down in tears over the death toll from the conflict.
LABOUR must re-embrace the values of New Labour that were lost under Gordon Brown if it wants to return to power, according to Tony Blair.
THE fact that the relationship between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown went in various stages from being intimate to terminal is not exactly a secret.
THE depth of the hatred that grew between the two central figures in Labour's 13 years in power has been exposed with the publication of Tony Blair's memoirs, in which he accused Gordon Brown of attempting to blackmail him.
Cherie Blair had an "incredible instinct" for offending powerful people and "didn't always help herself".
Former key Blair aide John McTernan reviews the book and weighs its words against the reality of life as a 'staffer' in No10 Downing Street
SCANDALS that rocked the government were an area of increasing "resentment" for Tony Blair.