Former prime minister says party has 'just got to make a decision to get back to winning ways'
Ukip announced this week that it will stand aside in tens of seats to help hardline Brexiteers, mostly Tories. We can have a regressive, anti-EU alliance, so why not a progressive, pro-EU one?
Survey puts Conservatives 23 points ahead of Labour
Mr Blair urged Jeremy Corbyn not to run a 'conventional partisan election' operation and treat Brexit as the dominant issue in the campaign
Jeremy Wright QC reportedly claims crime of aggression does not exist in English law, though it does exist in international law
You might criticise Blair for having hobnobbed with the Assads, but you can see how it happened. Tony put his arm round him and said, ‘Here, Assad mate, fancy coming back to mine for a few tins? I’ll get the Queen up, she can make us beans on toast.’ Then a couple of days later Cherie looked him up on Google and what an embarrassment, it turns out he’s a mass murderer
To appear to be at Trump’s side whatever the cost is the sort of bet-the-house gamble that leaves punters peeping at the finish post through the gaps in their fingers
Former PM shares anecdotes about the EU and gives views on Trump and social media
‘There is simply nothing even a cabinet secretary can do to stop a prime minister from doing this again at some time in the future, short of resignation’
It is claimed the former PM met senior advisor Jared Kushner for three hours at the White House
Kenneth Clarke, Tony Blair, Peter Mandelson and John Major have all recently criticised Brexit. The Government needs to start listening
Gordon Brown’s former chief adviser said the disagreement over the single currency between the Labour Prime Minister and his Chancellor was less deep and more complicated than commonly thought
Many in the Labour leadership will have gnashed what is left of the calcium stumps that were once their teeth when Blair conceded that Brexit has changed the case for Scottish Independence. But there is no point denying it – it patently, obviously has
Jeremy Corbyn is under renewed pressure following the historic by-election defeat on Friday
The truth is that the compensation paid to Harith and others was less in respect of any injustice or deprivation they had suffered than to keep the whole matter out of court. And in whose interests was it to keep it out of court? Not Harith’s, to be sure
The ex-home secretary has also raised concerns about how Harith managed to flee to Syria