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Peter Capaldi hailed 'GQ' TV Personality of the Year

The new Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi, has walked away with this year's "GQ" TV Personality of the Year, at a ceremony in London last night.

Disbelief greets Tony Blair's GQ Philanthropist of the Year award

Much to the collective incomprehension of many, Tony Blair has been named as this year's recipient of "GQ" magazine's Philanthropist of the Year Award.

Op-Ed: Tony Blair speech on Middle East simplistic and surprising

London - In a recent speech titled "Why the Middle East matters," Tony Blair gives a radically simplified view of Middle East politics. He emphasizes the threat to the Middle East, and to the world, from radical Islam.

US government helps stall release of UK Iraq War inquiry report

London - The UK Inquiry into the Iraq war, often called the Chilcot inquiry after Sir John Chilcot who headed the inquiry, was begun back in July of 2009 but the final report has still not been released.

Op-Ed: George Galloway to produce ‘The Killing Of Tony Blair’

Politicians are not noted for plain speaking. George Galloway is not an ordinary politician, and he's asking in plain English for your money.

Former PM Tony Blair says there is a problem within Islam

In a column the former Prime Minister of Britain, Tony Blair, urged governments to be honest and to address radical Islamization.

Op-Ed: Show me a sane man and I will cure him for you

The title is a quote by Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961). Were his words meant tongue in cheek, or did he want to tell us that there is no way to define human sanity? A very different approach to this is being taken by Canadian author Stefan Verstappen.

Glittering guest list at annual Stonewall dinner in London

More than 500 guests, including celebrities and politicians, attended the UK equality group Stonewall’s annual Equality Dinner at London’s Dorchester Hotel last night (Thursday).

Op-Ed: Introducing… North Korea as the new villain — dixit America!

It seems America cannot live without having long run enemies... with its closest allies' support all the way, whether against the Soviets, Saddam Hussein, Bin Laden or Kim Jong-un.

Alleged Guccifer email links Tony Blair to secret Bohemian Grove

According to RT, the hacker Guccifer has leaked emails of the former Secretary of State Colin Powell, including one that makes a reference to the former British prime minister Tony Blair in relation to attendance at the 2012 Bohemian Grove summer retreat.

Should George Bush and Tony Blair be found guilty of war crimes?

The Iraq War was a terrible mistake and a violation of U.N. charter, said Hans Blix, former head of U.N. weapons inspections in Iraq (UNMOVIC) in the lead-up to the 2003 invasion.

Op-Ed: Tony Blair to get warm welcome from 'Stop The War' — not

London - Tony Blair is back in the capital to give a speech. If you want to buy a ticket, it will set you back £714. Alternatively you can stand outside and jeer for free.

Review: 'Joseph Anton' by Salman Rushdie Special

Salman Rushdie's memoir opens with the moment he became aware that he had been sentenced to death and it ends with the moment he realised he would write the novel that would be the catalyst for the fatwa.

Op-Ed: Tony Blair to run the gauntlet in London

London - This afternoon, Tuesday, July 24, Tony Blair is back in town, but not everybody is pleased to see him, and if Stop-The-War have anything to do with things, he won't be pleased to see them. [Report filed 1am, London time].

Op-Ed: Are UFO's fact or fiction?

Tony Blair was briefed about UFO sightings in a new report that has been placed in The National Archives. This new information could change the way people view UFO sightings.

BP to resume oil operations in Libya

BP is to resume its oil operations in Libya, suspended since February last year when the uprising began. The company feels the security situation inside Libya now makes it safe enough to return.

Video: Protester calls former British PM Blair a war criminal

London - A protester entered London's Royal Courts of Justice on Monday and accused Tony Blair of war crimes. Blair was testifying at an inquiry into media ethics.

Op-Ed: Gaddafi wanted dead so secrets would die with him

Tripoli - The hypocrisy of Libya's NTC head is astounding. Mahmoud Jibril, former minister in the Gaddafi regime, claims he wishes Gaddafi had been taken alive to stand trial.

Op-Ed: The war criminals the Wiesenthal Center won't be hunting

The announcement by the Simon Wiesenthal Center that it is to mount a last gasp attempt to bring to justice the remaining war criminals of the Nazi era has a curious desideratum - the most notorious war criminal of that era still alive.

Oxford Uni resisted Blair gov. pressure to accept Saif Gaddafi

Oxford - Saif Gaddafi bought his way into the London School of Economics where he obtained a plagiarized doctorate. It has been revealed though, that prior to his sojourn at the LSE, the British foreign office exerted pressure on Oxford University to accept Saif.

Op-Ed: Leveson Inquiry - former spin doctor Alastair Campbell testifies

London - Today, Alastair Campbell testified to the Leveson Inquiry. From his demeanour, no unknowing person would have credited him with being one of the people responsible for Britain's involvement in the invasion of Iraq.

Iranian President warns West wants to plunder Libya's wealth

Birjand - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has praised the Libyan people for overthrowing Col. Gaddafi, whilst warning them that the true motivation of the west is to plunder Libya's wealth.

Tony Blair rejects claims UK riots are symptom of moral decline

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has rejected government’s claim that the recent riots showed that British society is in "moral decline."

The man who ran a 10-year peace camp in centre of London is dead

A peace campaigner who camped in London’s Parliament Square for almost ten years in protest at US and UK foreign policy has died after a battle with lung cancer.

Royal Wedding: No invite for ex-prime ministers Blair and Brown

Westminster - Two former Labour Party premiers, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, have been left off the royal wedding invitation list. Former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw is insisting they should have been invited.

War apology from Britain’s Blair seen as ‘disgrace’ by families

London - Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair was heckled on Friday as he delivered testimony during a British inquiry into the highly unpopular and increasingly apparently ill-conceived occupation of Iraq.

Battle of the giants: high-profile Catholic v. outspoken atheist

One of the world’s most famous Catholic converts and one of atheism’s most outspoken and articulate advocates are to go head to head in open debate on whether religion is a good thing.

Op-Ed: Greatest show on Earth, Tony Blair to receive human rights award

Having deceived the United Kingdom and perhaps others in Europe as well to aid the US-led and illegal war on a regime without any WMD, ex-PM Tony Blair is now set to receive a 'Human Rights' award. That is worse than Obama getting a Nobel Peace Prize.

Tony Blair: No regrets over Iraq, get tough with Iran

Appearing Friday at the inquiry in to the events surrounding Britain's involvement in the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, former Prime Minister Tony Blair urged the international community to get tough with Iran.

Blair told by 27 lawyers Iraq invasion was illegal

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was told by all 27 lawyers working in the Foreign Office in January 2003 that invading Iraq would be illegal under international law unless the UN passed a second resolution sanctioning such an act.
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U.S. President George W. Bush and U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair shake hands after receiving notification that the Coalition Provisional Authority had returned full sovereignty to Iraq
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Tony Blair, former British prime minister is widely criticized for offering Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi "the hand of friendship." Blair first visited Libya in 2004, and was instrumental in transforming a pariah state into an ally and helping BP to seal a big energy deal with Gaddafi's regime.
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