Tony Blair - My Fake Diary
Saturday, 28 July 2012
The Guardian blog by Simon Jenkins said:
Britain in its hour of trouble needs a Tony Blair. It has a queen, a prime minister, a chancellor, a leader of the opposition, but it is deficient in Tony Blairs. Or that is what Tony Blair thinks. He last year earned over £20m from this and that, and feels that now his purpose 'Is not to make money, but to make a difference.
The old phraseology still brings a tear to the eye.
The result has been impressive.
A "comeback team" has assembled under "Tony Blair Associates" in London, in the style of an early contender for an American primary.
It is not yet T-shirts and interns, but two interviews have been graciously awarded to the BBC and one each to the Financial Times and Daily Telegraph.
Blair has "guest edited" the Evening Standard.
He has appeared at a £580-a-plate Arsenal dinner with Ed Miliband, a faith seminar with the archbishop of Canterbury, and a Labour reception for Keith Vaz.
The choreography is immaculate.
"Well, thank you very much... I think?
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