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Tony Blair

The Labour party leader was the UK’s Prime Minister from 1997 to 2005, and was the youngest person to hold the post since 1812. According to the London-based paper, The Guardian, he has “won three general elections, waged five wars and reinvented the way Britain is governed.”

“I was, and remain, as a person and as a prime minister, an optimist. Politics may be the art of the possible; but at least in life, give the impossible a go. Hand on heart, I did what I thought was right. I may have been wrong, that’s your call. But believe one thing, if nothing else. I did what I thought was right for our country,” said Blair to The Guardian when asked about the Iraq War.

After his stepped down as the PM, he was appointed as the Middle East Envoy for the UN, the European Union, the US and Russia.

One of his other claims to fame is acting beside one of TV’s most comic actors…

 
 

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