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Tony Blair (Anthony Charles Lynton Blair)

Date of Birth: 6 May 1953
Place of Birth: Edinburgh


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President Koroma pledges 'We no go tire'

Koroma needed a good story to tell the conference organised by his government Britain's Department for International Development the World Bank and British former Prime Minister Tony Blair's consultancy firm...


More power for Freetown

He invited Sierra Leoneans abroad to return home and met philanthropic financier George Soros and British former Prime Minister Tony Blair whose African Governance Initiative has nine advisors in Freetown...


Britain's demanding ally in Tripoli

Another is the London School of Economics Director and former UK Financial Services Authority chief Sir Howard Davies who also served on the LIA advisory board and was Prime Minister Tony Blair's economic envoy to Libya in 2007...


Charles Taylor gets his day in Court

That prompted British Prime Minister Tony Blair to call an emergency cabinet meeting which scrambled a British protection force for Freetown; following Africa Confidential's exposure (AC Vol 39 No 5) of the British government's cooperation with Sandline a British private military company Whitehall was under pressure to use its own armed forces to shore up the UN and Economic Community of West African States' regional forces in Sierra Leone...

It turned out to be one of the few popular military interventions that Tony Blair ever authorised...


Ernest's election

Koroma an accountant and businessman is good at glad-handing investors and foreign visitors such as Irish rock star campaigner Bob Geldof (AC Vol 50 No 4) and his friend British former Prime Minister Tony Blair who jetted into Freetown on 28 April with a package of proposals to promote tourism...


Rich resources, little investment

The Irish rocker and Africa campaigner Sir Bob Geldof flew in on Timis's private jet for a three-day trip having been encouraged to visit Sierra Leone by British former Prime Minister Tony Blair...


Slow turnaround

With some help he has enticed the former British Premier Tony Blair and Irish rocker Bob Geldof to call in and strengthen his brand...


Open season on Obasanjo

There has been a deafening silence from Western friends such as Bill Clinton and Tony Blair...


The ex-revolutionary front

Without embarrassment Britain's ex-Premier Tony Blair and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have extolled Gadaffi's transformation into the West's new best friend seller of oil and buyer of nuclear power installations (non-military of course)...


Mission position

Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair landed in Kigali on 23 February on his mission to give ‘unpaid’ advice to the Rwandan government and to his ‘long standing friend’ President Paul Kagame on how to streamline government and attract investment...


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