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Tony Blair has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Art Business Change Dad Education Faith Family Freedom Future Government History Hope Leadership Music Peace Politics Power Relationship Religion Respect Society Truth War

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What does Tony Blair write about?

Tony Blair has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about art, business, change, dad, education, faith, family, freedom, future, government, history, hope, leadership, music, peace, politics, power, relationship, religion, respect, society, truth & war. People always share Art quotes, Business quotes, change, dad, education, faith, family, freedom, future & government from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Tony Blair?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Tony Blair.

  • The art of leadership is saying no, not saying yes. It is very easy to say yes.
  • My view is that you still, in order to win from the Labour perspective, have to have a strong alliance with business as well as the unions. You have got to be very much in the centre ground on things like public sector reform.
  • I didn't come into politics to change the Labour Party. I came into politics to change the country.
  • My dad was a militant atheist, or is a militant atheist. My mum was sort of bought up in a religious family because she was a Protestant from Ireland but wasn't especially religious.
  • Education is the best economic policy there is.
  • My faith foundation works to bring about a greater respect and understanding between different faiths. We basically work with six popular religions in the world which are the three Abrahamic religions, Hinduism and Buddhism and Sikhism.
  • Anywhere, anytime ordinary people are given the chance to choose, the choice is the same: freedom, not tyranny democracy, not dictatorship the rule of law, not the rule of the secret police.
  • The spread of freedom is the best security for the free.
  • In retrospect, the Millennium marked only a moment in time. It was the events of September 11 that marked a turning point in history, where we confront the dangers of the future and assess the choices facing humankind.
  • It is not an arrogant government that chooses priorities, it's an irresponsible government that fails to choose.
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