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Tony Blair’s Journey Has 324 Redacted Pages And A Prayer For Every Reader

by | 17th, August 2010

TONY BLAIR uses his PR skills to flog his newly released memoirs – A Journey – by donating all monies raised from it – a £4.6million advance and proceeds from sales – to the Royal British Legion. He wants to “honour” the soldiers.

Buy the book and help an old soldier who might have had his leg blown off in an iffy war Tony led you into. Tony is all about giving until it hurts.

The book contains just 267 words and 324 redacted pages. It’s a great read and all absolutely true (to the best of my recollection).

The un-redacted version, we have been told by an source, will retail at £23,098 a copy, be widely available in Burma, China, Iran and Russia. The work will contain a detail descriptions of how to be redefine the concept of truth, declare war from your own bath tub and play Claire de lune on electric guitar.

Buy now and get a free ring binder and issue 1 of Sing-A-Long With Tony & The Blairios and a personalised prayer.


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Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair stands in a cell during a visit to Slough police station near London. Mr Blair and the Home Secretary David Blunkett arrived in the Berkshire town on the 2.18 from Paddington before being driven to the police base to be shown around by Superintendent Brian Langston, area commander for Slough. The Prime Minister endorsed a series of law changes aimed at rebalancing the judicial system in favour of law-abiding citizens and victims of crime rather than the offenders themselves.

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