Tony Blair and Arnold Schwarzenegger hold talks at 10 Downing Street on Blair's last day as Prime Minister; the environment and climate change are the primary issue.
- Guardian UK
- Guardian UK
- The Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern, and the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, have begun talks in Downing Street on a possible restoration of devolved government in Northern Ireland.
- Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair resigns as the peace envoy of the Quartet on the Middle East.
- 10 Downing Street denies that British Prime Minister David Cameron's spokesman Craig Oliver warned "The Daily Telegraph" against running a critical story on MPs expenses claimed by Culture Secretary Maria Miller because of her role in enacting proposals in the Leveson report.
- John Major, who was British Prime Minister between 1990 and 1997, tells the Leveson Inquiry that Rupert Murdoch warned him before the 1997 general election to switch policy on Europe or his newspapers would not support him. The Conservative Party subsequently lost power to Labour, with Murdoch's "The Sun" tabloid daily supporting Major's rival Tony Blair.
- Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair tells the Leveson Inquiry he had a "working relationship" with News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch, but that Murdoch did not influence policy during his time in office.
- In the wake of the Cash for Access scandal British Prime Minister, David Cameron publishes details of Conservative Party donors who have had dinner with him at 10 Downing Street.
- Alleged personal details of former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair are published online by computer hackers.
- Iraq Inquiry documents show former British prime minister Tony Blair was offered an alternative to attacking Iraq during a secret meeting held eight days before its soldiers invaded the country in 2003.
- Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair cancels a London book signing for his memoir, "A Journey," because of protests by the British National Party and anti-Iraq War demonstrators.
- Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's autobiography "A Journey" goes on sale in the United Kingdom and becomes a bestseller.