Summary: Leaders have to know when it is time to go. For Tony Blair, that time has arrived. British prime minister Tony Blair must be starting to hate his birthdays. A year ago, on Friday, 6 May 2005, Blair turned 52. On this day, he learned that he had been re-elected as Britain´s prime minister, the first Labour Party leader to win three elections. Not a bad birthday, you might think. But Blair´s real birthday present was a seriously bloody nose from the electorate. Labour´s majority in the House of Commons was reduced from 167 to less than...
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