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The Blair Legacy


Tony Blair.Tony Blair at the beginning of his premiership in 1997.
Ten years of Tony on Today.

Tony Blair announcing his intended departure. May 10th 2007

Tony Blair announcing his intention to resign. May 10th 2007

Blair's announcement

The Blair Years 1997 - 2007

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A collection of every Today Programme interview with Tony Blair over the past ten years.

2nd February 1999 The PM talks about the threat posed by Saddam Hussein to the Middle East.
24th March 1999 As military action begins in Kosovo, Blair defends the intervention.
23rd April 1999 Tony Blair speaks to us from Chicago about the challenges facing NATO.

9th June 1999 We ask Tony Blair about a possible Serbian withdrawal from Kosovo and the European elections.

23rd March 2000 The Prime Minister justifies a huge injection of cash into the NHS.
28th September 2000 Labour Party Conference: State pensions and the government's response to the fuel protests are up for debate.
14th May 2001 We quiz Tony Blair on party funding and whether the public can trust him.
3rd October 2002 Tony Blair says he wants Saddam Hussein to disarm and for UN weapons inspectors to return to Iraq.
1st February 2003 After a meeting between the Prime Minister and President Bush in Washington, we ask Mr Blair, "Is war inevitable in Iraq?"
28th March 2003 A week into the military campaign in Iraq, Mr Blair tells us how post-war Iraq should be run, and admits that British forces could be "in for the long haul".
1st October 2003 Labour Party Conference: University tuition fees and the Iraq war are the hot topics among delegates.
29th November 2004 Labour Conference: Mr Blair apologises to his party that the information leading to war in Iraq was wrong, but insists it was right to remove Saddam Hussein.
5th January 2005 The PM talks to us about the Asian tsunami disaster and about the policy of detaining foreign terrorism suspects without trial.
4th May 2005 Mr Blair speaks to us on the last day of his General Election campaign.
17th December 2005 Brussels EU Summit: Tony Blair on the legacy of Britain's presidency of the European Union and the EU budget rebate.
2nd February 2007 The first of our most recent interviews with Mr Blair - this one on domestic affairs.
22nd February 2007 Tony Blair's valedictory interview with us, concentrating on foreign affairs.

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