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Tony Blair escapes prosecution

IT WAS BAD news today for Abdul Wahed Shannan Al Rabbat, who has been trying to take a private prosecution against Tony Blair through the British courts. The former Iraqi General alleges that Blair committed a crime when, as Prime ...

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Corbyn challenges May on pay cap

JEREMY CORBYN has pressed Theresa May to lift the public sector pay cap – in the last Prime Minister’s Questions session before the House of Commons summer recess. The Labour Leader spoke about the lives of ordinary public sector workers, ...

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Blair? He’s having a laugh!

TONY BLAIR’S latest comeback has baffled East Enders as the former Labour Leader made a small concession to reality but quickly returned to form. Having previously sided with rebel Labour MPs who warned that Jeremy Corbyn was a vote-loser who would ...

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