The former UK Prime Minister on the need to ensure a coronavirus vaccine gets to poorest countries.
The US democratic system has its rules and they will be implemented, says former UK prime minister.
By Kate Whannel
By Jennifer Scott
BBC News online political reporter
Amol Rajan and guests discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has created an opportunity to reshape our world.
As PM, Tony Blair’s plans to bring in ID cards were dropped, but he thinks digital ID could help the fight against coronavirus.
Speaking to presenter Emma Barnett, Mr Blair said he feels “horrified” by the economic damage stemming from the pandemic.
BBC Radio 5 Live
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has told BBC Radio 5 Live that he doesn't think the country could afford another national lockdown.
Speaking to Emma Barnett, Mr Blair talked about the importance of reviving the economy, adding: "We’re going to do major long-term damage to the rest of our healthcare system if our economy can’t get moving again and if people can’t get out and about again”.
By Marie Jackson
Former prime minister Tony Blair says of Labour's manifesto: "The more you read it, the less convinced you became."
By Paul Seddon
By David Brown and Peter Barnes