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What was Justin Forsyth’s salary, why has he quit Unicef and how much do the Save The Children executive team earn?

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THE former boss of Save The Children has admitted sexually harassing female staff in the latest sex storm engulfing British charities. Justin Forsyth – who has also been forced to quit his job at Unicef – is a former aide to PMs Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Here’s what we know. Who is Justin Forsyth […]

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What was Justin Forsyth’s salary and how much do the Save The Children executive team earn?

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THE former boss of Save The Children has admitted sexually harassing female staff in the latest sex storm engulfing British charities. Justin Forsyth, who now works at Unicef, is a former aide to PMs Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Here’s what we know. Who is Justin Forsyth and how much was he paid at Save […]

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Tony Blair slams Labour’s anti-semitism crisis under Jeremy Corbyn saying there’s ‘no place’ for hate

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TONY BLAIR took aim at Jeremy Corbyn last night as he called on Labour to end its anti-semitism crisis. The ex-PM slammed the wave of Jew hatred which has swept the left in the past couple of months. And Mr Corbyn was also the butt of jokes from David Walliams at a Jewish awards do […]

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Extent of UK cooperation with Gaddafi revealed

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Previously secret documents discovered in Tripoli shed fresh light on MI6’s links with Tripoli and Tony Blair’s role The global extent of MI6’s cooperation with Muammar Gaddafi and Tony Blair’s personal role in negotiating the alliance have emerged in previously secret documents released in a high court case over rendition.The Libyan files show that the

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Kosovo at 10: challenges overshadow independence celebrations

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Migration, youth unemployment and unresolved alleged war crimes are headaches for Kosovo’s international backersThe bunting is going up on Pristina’s Mother Teresa Boulevard, stages are assembled for concerts starring Kosovo-born British singer Rita Ora, and international dignitaries are starting to arrive. On Saturday, the small Balkan state marks the 10th

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Neo-fascism and the troubling third way | Letters

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A new progressive politics is urgently needed in Italy and beyond, says Guy Standing Rula Jebreal’s poignant and accurate account of Italy’s drift into a dark political night (My beautiful Italy is being driven into the arms of fascists, 9 February) recalled the fact that Matteo Renzi’s attempt, as prime minister, to cast himself as the Italian Tony Blair,

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Shrieking Remainer madams like Anna Soubry in the Conservative Party are damaging for Britain

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THIS Brexit of ours is going to be fought every step of the way by ­bitter and twisted deadbeat Remainers incapable of understanding the meaning of democracy. Who are they? Largely a few people you’ve heard of but wish you hadn’t — Tony Blair, for example and his smarmpuppet Peter Mandelson — and people you’ve […]

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David Cameron’s ex-guru Steve Hilton says Tony Blair warned him of a ‘deep state’ conspiracy by civil servants to ignore the PM and secretly run the country themselves

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DAVID Cameron’s former director of strategy says Tony Blair warned him of a ‘deep state’ conspiracy by civil servants to ignore the PM and secretly run the country themselves Steve Hilton, who was the Prime Minister’s policy guru when her entered Number 10 said he met the Mr Blair to discuss the machinery of government. […]

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Ex-civil service bosses fight back against ‘snake oil salesman’ Brexiteers who are ‘acting like Nazis’

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EX-CIVIL service bosses have hit back at Brexiteers for accusing them of trying to sabotage our EU exit. Three former leading figures in Whitehall launched an extraordinary attack on Leave-backing MPs, and said they were acting like Nazis and “snake oil salesmen”. Former cabinet secretary Andrew Turnbull, who served under Tony Blair, said that

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After Carillion and Capita, is PFI itself on the critical list?

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Private providers have been entrusted with much of Britain’s infrastructure: even hospitals. What does the future hold now?Long before the collapse last month of Carillion, one of the government’s go-to outsourcing and building groups, the signs of strain inside Whitehall over the future of financing public projects with private cash were clear. Since 2010

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There’s no Momentum march on Blair’s old seat. Don’t believe the spin | Phil McDuff

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Rightwing papers have misreported a shift in sentiment in the Sedgefield Labour party: this has nothing to do with TrotskyHard left thugs are on the march. Corbynistas and Momentum activists are taking over the Labour party. It’s a move reminiscent of Putin, or Stalin, or possibly even Hitler. We should all be worried.At least that’s what you’d believe if

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Tony Blair claims Labour under Jeremy Corbyn is even WORSE than it was during its 1980s wilderness years under Michael Foot

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TONY Blair has blasted Labour branding it “much worse” than it was during the party’s wilderness years in the 1980s. The former PM slammed Jeremy Corbyn saying he had allowed “extreme elements” to dominate the party. Labour’s most successful leader lamented the state of the party he led to three election victories in an interview […]

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Like Jacinda Ardern, I rewrote the rules on having a baby in office | Yvette Cooper

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I was the first UK minister to take maternity leave. Parliament should allow MPs to set an example of good practiceJacinda Ardern’s pregnancy announcement put a smile on the faces of working women across the globe. When the New Zealand prime minister has her baby later this year, it will be the first time this century, and second time ever, that an elected

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The Guardian view on Anglo-French relations: Brexit’s entente cordiale | Editorial

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A weakened British prime minister and a dynamic French president may not see eye to eye over everything, but they can learn from one anotherThe recent history of relations between British prime ministers and French presidents is characterised by a gap in affection bridged by recognition of common interest. David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and

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How and why Britain might be asked to vote again on Brexit | Andrew Rawnsley

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It still doesn’t look that likely, but we can begin to see the circumstances which would compel a second referendumCan we just call the whole damn thing off? Could Brexit be stopped so that Britain can get on with the rest of its life? Is there a possibility of doing a Breverse? This question has been nagging away, always in the background and sometimes in

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Nigel Farage says he could back SECOND referendum on Brexit to kill off Remoaners like Tony Blair

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NIGEL FARAGE today sensationally suggested holding a SECOND EU Referendum – to “finish off” arch Remainers Tony Blair and Nick Clegg. In a stunning U-turn, the former Ukip leader said “just maybe” he was reaching the point of backing a re-run of the 2016 Brexit vote. He told Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff: “What is […]

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