I still think he's actually a very decent guy, and I felt very sorry for him. [on Blunkett] Tony Blair quote
I am romantic. There are other ways of being romantic. Tony Blair quote
[The Iraqi elections] struck a blow to the heart of global terrorism. Tony Blair quote
I am not going to sit here and say to you everything in the health service is perfect. Tony Blair quote
To see him take the case of someone in pain and use it to run down and denigrate the whole of our NHS, should make any decent right-thinking person turn away in disgust [on Michael Howard] Tony Blair quote
However much I dislike the idea of abortion, you should not criminalise a woman who, in very difficult circumstances, makes that choice. Tony Blair quote
The world has lost a religious leader who was revered across people of all faiths and none. He was an inspiration, a man of extraordinary faith, dignity and courage.
Throughout a hard and often difficult life, he stood for social justice and on the side of the oppressed, whether as a young man facing the Nazi occupation in Poland or later in challenging the Communist regime.
He never wavered, never flinched, in the struggle for what he thought was good and right.
[on Pope John Paul II] Tony Blair quote
The British people are the boss. Tony Blair quote
Former British Prime Minister, who started promisingly but whose abiding legacy after his ten years of leadership was probably going to War in Iraq. The day he resigned as Prime Minister he also gave up being an MP (never having liked the House of Commons or Britain anyway hence spending most of his time as leader abroad or covering foreign matters) and was appointed, perhaps ironically, a peace envoy