Tony Blair was born in the Scottish city of Edinburgh into a family of a lawyer. As a child, he lived in Australia for three years. From 1961 to 1966 he attended a private singing school at Durham Cathedral, along with Rowan Atkinson, the future actor and performer of the role of Mr. Bean. Then Tony Blair entered the privileged private school of Fettes College in Edinburgh. In Fettes, Tony did not differ in exemplary behavior, he hated the formal dress, which was obligatory for all students, imitating Mick Jagger, he walked in jeans and grew long hair. Teachers constantly complained about him because he interfered with the classes.
In 1971-72, Tony Blair left for London to try his hand at rock music before studying law at St John's College, Oxford University. Tony Blair's student was the vocalist for the Ugly Rumors. In 1975 he received a second Bachelor of Laws degree. Few people know, but Tony worked part-time as a student college essay writer and he did it well. After graduating from Oxford, Tony Blair joined the Labor Party. In 1976 he became a member of Lincoln's Inn as an apprentice barista. In the summer of 1976, Tony went to France and worked in a hotel bar in Paris.
In 1999, Blair received the International Prize for his contribution to the resolution of the conflict in Northern Ireland and participation in the 1998 Belfast Agreement. Charlemagne.
On May 22, 2008, Tony Blair became an Honorary Doctor of Laws from the University of Queens in Belfast for his contribution to the resolution of the conflict in Northern Ireland.
In 2009, US President George W. Bush presented Tony Blair with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
In 2007, Robert Harris wrote the novel Ghost, in which Tony Blair was portrayed as Prime Minister Adam Lang, a British prime minister influenced by the CIA. In 2010, the premiere of the film "The Ghost", directed by Roman Polanski based on the book, took place. You can read the review on the website https://writemyessay.nyc.
Michael Sheen has played the role of Tony Blair three times: in the 2003 TV movie The Deal, in the 2006 movie The Queen, and in the 2010 TV movie Special Relationship.
Blair holds the record for the longest term in office among British Labor. In the 20th century, only Blair and Margaret Thatcher remained in power for three general elections.