1. Prime Minister Tony Blair was awarded the prize in May 2009.
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7. Prime Minister Tony Blair made an animated cameo appearance as himself in The Simpsons episode, "The Regina Monologues".
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8. Prime Minister Tony Blair had informed Pope Benedict XVI on 23 June 2007 that he wanted to become a Catholic.
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9. On 22 December 2007, it was disclosed that Prime Minister Tony Blair had joined the Roman Catholic Church.
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12. Prime Minister Tony Blair maintains, once the terms deciding how the UK leaves the EU are known the people should vote again on those terms.
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13. Prime Minister Tony Blair acknowledged that the report made "real and material criticisms of preparation, planning, process and of the relationship with the United States" but cited sections of the report that he said "should lay to rest allegations of bad faith, lies or deceit".
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15. Prime Minister Tony Blair was reported to have accepted a business advisory role with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt, a situation deemed incompatible with his role as Middle East envoy.
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16. Prime Minister Tony Blair's links with, and receipt of an undisclosed sum from, UI Energy Corporation, have been subject to media comment in the UK.
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20. In 1994, Prime Minister Tony Blair forged close ties with Michael Levy, a leader of the Jewish Leadership Council.
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28. Prime Minister Tony Blair rarely applies such labels to himself, but he promised before the 1997 election that New Labour would govern "from the radical centre", and according to one lifelong Labour Party member, has always described himself as a social democrat.
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31. Prime Minister Tony Blair resigned from his Sedgefield seat in the House of Commons in the traditional form of accepting the Stewardship of the Chiltern Hundreds, to which he was appointed by Gordon Brown in one of the latter's last acts as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
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32. Prime Minister Tony Blair was sometimes perceived as paying insufficient attention both to the views of his own Cabinet colleagues and to those of the House of Commons.
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33. Prime Minister Tony Blair said there was "no real difference between wanting regime change and wanting Iraq to disarm: regime change was US policy because Iraq was in breach of its UN obligations.
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35. Prime Minister Tony Blair denied that he would have supported the invasion of Iraq even if he had thought Saddam had no weapons of mass destruction.
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37. Prime Minister Tony Blair announced at the end of his speech at the 1994 Labour Party conference that he intended to replace Clause IV of the party's constitution with a new statement of aims and values.
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38. Prime Minister Tony Blair demanded an inquiry into the Bank of England's decision to rescue the collapsed Johnson Matthey Bank in October 1985.
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40. Prime Minister Tony Blair was helped on the campaign trail by soap opera actress Pat Phoenix, his father-in-law's girlfriend.
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42. Prime Minister Tony Blair put himself forward as a candidate for the Hackney council elections of 1982 in Queensbridge ward, a safe Labour area, but was not selected.
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43. Prime Minister Tony Blair joined the Labour Party shortly after graduating from Oxford in 1975.
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46. Prime Minister Tony Blair was the second son of Leo and Hazel Blair.
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48. Prime Minister Tony Blair has faced criticism for his role in the invasion of Iraq, including calls for having him tried for war crimes and waging a war of aggression; in 2016, the Iraq Inquiry criticised his actions and described the invasion as unjustified and unnecessary.
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49. Prime Minister Tony Blair declared support for a new conception that he referred to as "social-ism", involving politics that recognised individuals as socially interdependent, and advocated social justice, cohesion, the equal worth of each citizen, and equal opportunity, referred to as the Third Way.
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