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Pages in category "Tony Blair"
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- Ahern, Blair restate deadline on devolution
- Ahern, Blair to lead Northern Ireland talks
- Aid payments to be withdrawn by UK following violence in Ethiopia
- Al-Qaida claims responsibility for London 7/7 bombings
- Alleged Bush-Blair Al-Jazeera bombing transcript leaked
- Attorney General vetos release of Prince Charles correspondence
- Beckett to break ranks again?
- Big Brother star meets Tony Blair
- Blair ally Lord Levy arrested
- Blair asked to intervene as British artist faces jail in Turkey for collage
- Blair could face inquiry into terror vote
- Blair denies Iraq pullout
- Blair flight overshoots runway
- Blair launches third and final manifesto
- Blair recognizes Kyoto treaty stopped by its restrictions
- Blair rejects anti-terror bill compromise
- Blair says Iraq election was blow against global terrorism
- Blair will quit as British PM within a year
- Blair, Ahern unveil plan for Northern Ireland devolution
- Blair, Brown promise an extra £540 milllion to Pakistan, Iraq
- Blair: "Labour must be the party of change makers"
- Blunkett defines the main task for us all
- Britain expects troops out of Iraq within next 4 years
- British Army soldiers to be court martialled for war crimes
- British FBI-style agency launched
- British Foreign Secretary: no plans for Iran
- British government considering new nuclear power stations
- British MP David Cairns dies aged 44
- British PM Tony Blair pressured by resignations
- British police shoot man in anti-terrorism raid
- British Prime Minister Tony Blair speaks about London bombings
- British Prime Minister Tony Blair to resign on June 27
- British sailors detained by Iran "to be tried for espionage"
- British soldier killed in Afghanistan
- British top General says troops are unwelcome in Iraq
- British-Iraqi careworker Margaret Hassan reportedly killed
- Former British Northern Ireland secretary Mo Mowlam dies
- Former British Prime Minister James Callaghan dies aged 92
- Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher dies aged 87
- Former UK prime minister Tony Blair converts to Catholicism
- Four small explosions strike London's transport system
- France raises security level to red in response to London bombings
- Further details about Bush-Blair memo stopped
- I'm staying for at least a year: British PM Tony Blair
- IRA disbands military structure
- IRA orders end to armed campaign
- IRA weapons decommissioned
- Iran 'suspends' releasing British soldiers; Shots fired near Iranian Consul in Basra, Iraq
- Iraq swears in first full-term government
- Israel scrambles fighters to intercept unresponsive aircraft carrying Tony Blair
- Red Cresent workers kidnapped as Blair visits Iraq
- Results of 2005 United Kingdom General Election
- Robin Cook dead after collapsing
- Romanian president to visit United Kingdom
- Row intensifies between Sinn Féin & the Irish Government
- Royal wedding delayed as Prince plans for Pope's funeral
- Rupert Murdoch: Blair says BBC "hates America"
- Russia Crimean action protests held outside Downing Street in London
- The British minimum wage goes up in October
- The Independent questions Wikipedia's accuracy
- Tony Blair becomes the Quartet's envoy to the Middle East
- Tony Blair debates religion with Christopher Hitchens in Canada
- Tony Blair orders two government jets
- Tony Blair resigns as envoy of Quartet to Middle East
- Tony Blair speaks in Canada
- Tony Blair tells Iraq Inquiry he would invade again
- Tony Blair's eldest son admitted to hospital
- Tony Blair's eldest son released from hospital
- Tory leader to make 'hoodie' plea
- Two-minute silence for London bombings marked across the EU
- UK "terror bill" passed after standoff
- UK Attorney General Lord Goldsmith admits to changing mind over Iraq war
- UK Foreign Secretary Beckett breaks ranks over Trident
- UK general election, 2005
- UK Government propaganda directed at Muslim youth
- UK Party leaders questioned on BBC 'Question Time'
- UK PM addresses joint sitting of Australian Parliament
- UK Prime Minister sets 2005 General Election date
- UK remembers end of World War II sixty years on
- UK soldiers go on trial for abusing Iraqi prisoners
- UK terror suspects win appeal
- UK work secretary David Blunkett resigns
- Ulster Volunteer Force announces it will put weapons "beyond reach"
- United Kingdom Home Secretary proposes paedophile law