Flak and scorn spoil celebration for Blair

Instead of basking in the glory of a historic third term, prime minister Tony Blair is the target for concerted sniping from his own ranks on a date for his departure. With his domestic agenda starting to unravel, Blair will naturally look to the international arena for solace. Yet his hopes of high statesmanship are already under the cosh.

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