Blair, the most successful leader in Labour Party history, offered an unprecedented public rebuke to one of his successors.
Companies need to give women ways to come back into the workforce after having children, said Blair.
Mr. Blair always gave Saddam's WMD as the fundamental reason for war.
Once out of office, Blair may have profited from his most controversial act as prime minister—the joint invasion of Iraq.
One Blair-supporting Labour MP admitted to me that, “[Blair] has made himself look a bit silly, to be honest.”
Preached at Fagg's Manor, three miles from Mr. Blair's house.
But Blair as quickly leaped from his horse, and was beside her.
Blair thinks that all must be evil that does not just square with his old-fashioned notions.
It represented scorn for which Mrs. Blair could find no adequate utterance.
Blair had longed to see his rude shipmates forsaking their sins; he had prayed and wrestled in prayer for them.