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Blair Offers James Support To Fight AIDS

Tony Blair, the Prime Minister of Britain has pledged to continue his campaign against the spread of the HIV/AIDS virus across the world, while on a visit to the Barking Abbey School on the World Aids Day // . Football player David James has received assurances of support from Blair in spreading AIDS awareness in Malawi. ....The announcement towards funding research efforts for an anti-Aids vacc...

Blair Welcomes 11 Private Healthcare Providers into NHS

British Prime Minister Tony Blair today formally inducted 11 private healthcare providers into the public NHS system thereby taking a further step towards increasing competition in the health sector. //Mr Blair and the health secretary, Patricia Hewitt, welcomed the new members at a summit held at Downing Street to mark the launch of NHS Partners Network. ..The partners signed a document pledgin...

Junk Food Promotional Ads To Be Restricted: Blair

A strong warning was issued by Britain's prime minister to the food industry to curtail the advertising of the products that were not-so- healthy to children or face// the risk of a total ban on the promotional ads that target minors. ....In a broad address on improving public health, Tony Blair warned that in case of the voluntary regulations failing, the food industry would be forced to elim...

Arnie Wants to Team Up With Blair to Fight Global Warming

Actor-turned-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger will call on British Prime Minister Tony Blair in the next fortnight to discuss climate change. ......The California Governor wanted to work with the Prime Minister on a new campaign against global warming, said a source close to Blair. ......Schwarzenegger would discuss a programme of globetrotting lectures and speeches for when Mr Blair retires o...

Cherie Blair's Boss Accuses Tony Blair for Proposed Smoking Ban

A British millionaire who has reportedly hired outgoing Prime Minister Tony Blair's wife, Cherie, to fight the New Labour Government's ban on smoking , described Tony Blair as an 'a***hole' on peak-time radio on Sunday. ......Sixty-three-year-old Dave West, a lapdance boss, resorted to the use of unparliamentary language after claiming that human rights lawyer Cherie Blair, 52, thought his club...

Cherie Blair to Challenge Hubbys Smoking Ban on Human Rights Ground

In what may be called a body blow to British Prime Minister Tony Blair, his wife Cherie has reportedly been hired by a sex-themed nightclub to challenge the legislation that imposes ban on smoking from July 1 onwards. ......Cherie Blair will be giving expert advice as to how the smoking ban may breach the human rights of staff and guests at visited the HeyJo club in St James's, Central London,...
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