Rush Hour Terror: How Tony Blair Found His Groove

When they try to intimidate us, we will not be intimidated. When they seek to change our country or our way of life by these methods, we will not be changed. When they try to divide our people or weaken our resolve, we will not be divided and our resolve will hold firm." There were echoes of Winston Churchill when a grim-faced Tony Blair spoke from Downing Street last Thursday to express outrage and determination in the face of the dreaded attack on London that he had long warned was inevitable.

Blair's detractors condemn him as addicted to packaging and spin,...

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