It was a lucky escape for Tony Blair. The British prime minister resigned in June 2007 in a special Labour conference handing over power to his successor, the chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown. In foreign and domestic policy, several long shadows were cast over his premiership: the introduction of tuition fees for university students; […]
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