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Blair’s impotent act of charity

By Stefan Simanowitz  

There are obvious motives for Blair's hefty donation to the Royal British Legion

While Tony Blair may have decided to get charitable with his money, it seems that the British public remain less than charitable in their attitude towards Tony Blair. His announcement that he plans to give the profits from his memoirs towards a sports centre for injured troops has been greeted with suggestions that the money is being given to ease guilt, prepare a legacy or avoid eternal damnation.

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