Following in the footsteps of Labourites Frank Field, John Hutton and Alan Milburn, Tony Blair is set to join the Government as an adviser. He will become the Peace Czar.
This gesture from the Coalition Government to Blair is seen as an attempt to broaden the Government's appeal throughout the nation. It was welcomed by President Obama who declared: 'I hope Tony will be with you David on your next visit to America. I am sure you could benefit from his advice. We value Peace above everything else and Tony Blair is the perfect person to guide us to that desired end.'
Labour supporters are pleased with the development. Lord Prescott declared: 'We all knew Tony was a Tory. But he won us elections so we put up with him.Now he can go where he belongs.'
A special rendition of 'Give Peace a Chance' has been recorded by Cliff Richard with the help of Tony on guitar and can be seen and heard on the internet at www.peacecliffntony.com which will lift the hearts (and souls) of many.
Tony Blair is maintaining his other jobs whilst advising the Government on Peace and will be getting the help of his wife Cherie on all legal matters.
David Cameron declared from the steps of St Paul's Cathedral : 'The time has come for us to join hands across political barriers. Peace is our objective and I know Tony will help us along the way.'