I am delighted to see that the petition to stop Blair receiving a knighthood is gathering momentum daily.
I resigned from my last newspaper column (with the Sunday People) because the editor wouldn’t let me criticise Blair and the Iraq War. I was, however, the first person to describe Blair in public as a war criminal.
Indeed, I frequently described him as Tony Bliar and had a job persuading sub editors that it wasn’t a mistake.
I suspect, by the way, that Blair accepted a knighthood rather than a peerage because he still dreams of becoming Prime Minister again.…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/