Should Tony Blair donate book profits to charity?
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is to donate the profits from his memoirs to a sports centre for injured soldiers. Should he be commended for the donation?
A spokesman for Mr Blair said he would hand over the reported £4.6m advance payment plus all royalties in recognition of the courage and sacrifice of Britain's armed forces.
But anti-war activists accused the ex-premier of trying to "buy forgiveness" for bloody campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The book, A Journey, is due to be published in September.
Will you buy Mr Blair's memoirs? Could this donation alter opinion of Mr Blair? Is it an appropriate gesture?
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