Former prime minister says there is a ‘real anxiety for people about the way the world is changing’
A dreary, inaccurate hatchet job on Tony Blair's legacy infuriates Andy McSmith
From Benjamin Disraeli's first speech in the Commons to Ed Miliband's Labour conference speech...
Tom Bower's Blair biography is a terrific work of journalism. But will future prime ministers be able to trust future cabinet secretaries if they are prepared to tell all?
His transformation from hated Thatcherite to darling of the liberal left is well under way
From Margaret Thatcher's funeral to the Bank of England's secret analysis of the economic consequences of Britain leaving the EU
Erol Incedal was cleared of plotting with a terrorist in Syria to target individuals such as the former prime minister
From Argent and David Bowie to the Human League and Van Morrison...
Baroness Jay, who served in Blair's first Cabinet, talked to students at King's London about making history
Labour tribes are as divided as ever, says Ian Johnston
One of the admirable things about the Thin White Duke was his unwillingness to accept the Establishment’s embrace
More than 500 pages of transcripts have been released, covering three years of conversations
Transcripts of phone calls between the pair have been released by the Foreign Affairs Committee as it investigates British intervention in Libya
With the Comic Strip's latest fantasy screening this month, its creators tell Gerard Gilbert about their phone-hacking parody and why they set it in the Seventies
Tony Blair is reported to have stayed twice at the UK ambassador's resdience in Washington DC, three years after standing down
As thoughts turn to what 2016 has in store for us, Sophie Morris talks to the people at the heart of the horoscope business