Tony Blair, sick of the criticism he has endured recently, is considering passing laws to stop people saying things about him
"In our society, I think it is vital that people have their own say" he said "and that they say what I have already said" he added.
He proposed a five thousand year sentence for anyone saying anything anti-Blair "People will try and circumnavigate the law and talk about my Auntie and we have built that eventuality into the legislation" he said.
When asked if the legislation impinged on free speech, his reply was a cryptic one. "Yes" he said.