At 50, a Politician's Thoughts Turn to Rebranding
Orr, Deborah, The Independent (London, England)
Back, then, to the home front, and with a big birthday to celebrate as well. At his monthly press conference yesterday, Tony Blair faced questions not just on Iraq, as he has been doing for months now, but on the plethora of other issues that he must now focus on once again. One enquiry, though, Mr Blair treated with grinning disdain. It concerned his 50th birthday, and Mr Blair was at pains to emphasise that this minor distraction was not of importance to him.
Perhaps it isn't. But it is certainly of importance to those around him. Mr Blair's older brother, Bill, has given his first press interview in order to mark it, alongside some childhood snaps from the Blair …
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