Former prime minister says the party in mortal danger and that a Corbyn win would 'send Labour over the cliff edge.'Read the full story ›
Tony Blair could be made to stand trial for war crimes over the invasion of Iraq, Labour leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn has said.Read the full story ›
Former Labour leader makes rare intervention into leadership race by defending the centre ground.Read the full story ›
Tony Blair has not pulled his punches in a series of attacks on the left-wing candidate for the Labour leadership election.
He told people who wanted to vote with their heart for Corbyn to "get a transplant" in a major speech today, and admitted that even if he could win on a left-wing platform, he wouldn't want to.
Former Labour Tony Blair has argued that the party needs a return to the centre ground.
In a speech this morning, he also said that left-wing candidate Jeremy Corbyn was "the Tory preference" for leader.
Blair; 'Labour can win again when our values are a guide not a distraction.' Will have to think about that.
Blair: 'I'm a Labour leader,' and then adds quickly, 'or was...'
Speaking to ITV News' Mark Austin on the anniversary of the London bombings, ex-PM says nations around the world will need to respond.Read the full story ›
Tony Blair is to take on a new role tackling anti-Semitism after stepping down as Middle East envoy.Read the full story ›
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has submitted his resignation as Middle East peace envoy, an official has said.
Diplomatic sources revealed Mr Blair had written to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announcing his resignation as representative of the Quartet of Middle East powerbrokers at the end of June.
He took up the role immediately after stepping down as UK Prime Minister in 2007.
No comment has been made by Mr Blair's office in London.
More than half of people believe Tony Blair is irrelevant to the General Election after he intervened to support Ed Miliband, the ITV News/Yougov daily poll suggests.
The poll found that 55% of those asked if they believed Tony Blair was still an influential voice in the election said no.
A quarter believed the former PM was still relevant, 13% were not sure and 5% said they didn't care.
Over 4,000 people responded to the poll.