Former SDLP leader John Hume has been hailed as Ireland’s Martin Luther King after his death at the age of 83.
Tony Blair says Boris Johnson is not the person to save the United Kingdom from Scottish independence
Tony Blair has said Boris Johnson is not the person to save the Union as he criticised Labour for playing around with nationalist sentiment.
Sir Keir Starmer has returned Labour to being a “politically competitive” party which is in a position to win a general election, Tony Blair says.
Coronavirus will not be eliminated and Britons must learn to live with it, Tony Blair warned as he urged the Government to focus on containment measures to see the country through a second wave.
Countries around the world need to form cyber attack agreements to avoid going down a path to “mutually assured destruction”, Tony Blair has said.
The UK has been “badly hit” by coronavirus and even Government insiders acknowledge it had been too slow to lock down, Tony Blair said.
The West will sometimes clash with China now that it is a major power, but it is “misleading and dangerous” to think of it as a new Cold War, Tony Blair said.
Boris Johnson decided to scrap the Department for International Development without consulting his Cabinet, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said.
Three former prime ministers have denounced Boris Johnson’s plans to scrap the Department for International Development (DfID) as part of a merger with the Foreign Office.
People will need a new form of “digital ID” so they can prove their “disease status” as the world moves out of lockdown, Tony Blair has said.
Coronavirus in care homes will be thrust into the spotlight again amid reports ministers knew a month ago that temporary workers were helping spread the killer disease.
Boris Johnson’s administration is right to start reopening schools, former Labour prime minister Tony Blair has said.
Actor Michael Sheen has revealed he was avoiding playing real people before being tempted to transform into TV host Chris Tarrant.
Dame Edna Everage helped send off John Humphrys on his final day presenting the Today programme.
Alastair Campbell has said the Labour Party has been “in denial” since the last election.
Tony Blair’s sister-in-law Lauren Booth has said her new play Accidentally Muslim touches on the rise and fall of another “religion” – Blairism.
Alastair Campbell will speak about his lifelong battle with debilitating depression and his hope for a “happier life” in a new BBC documentary.
Two former prime ministers have led tributes to an ex-Aberdeen MP who passed away aged 68.
An Aberdeen Labour councillor has accused his party's MPs who quit the shadow cabinet of being part of a "Blairite coup".