I don't have any reasons, I just think he helped this country out a lot. I don't care if you disagree.
Minus the Iraq war I think he was an excellent leader.
-> Got rid of homophobic laws by Thatcherism
-> Made academies
-> Made a minimum wage, which tories snatched into a living wage as a " tory made " thing
-> Made our NHS the best in the world
-> Made education more for the people
-> Did things that were unpopular for the good
-> Not a soft lefty leader
-> Modernized labour then when he went it went down hill
-> Avoided a recession in 2003
-> Made public sector wages more competitive
Should I continue?
Blair was a tory in disguise
However no doubt he was the most successful Labour leader ever
There was a huge erosion of civil liberties under his government.
Tory light, in my eyes.
Let's discount the fact that he should be tried for war crimes, shall we?
Probably one of the few leaders on the left who understood economics.
History is beginning to remember Blair as a competent time-server. It is difficult to pinpoint anything significant he did that would have been radically different had any other plausible candidate been sat in his chair.
and trumps best friend is a spanish muslim
Rather typical of the left to over look hundreds of thousands of deaths to preserve their ideology...