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Not content with the £12 million he has already earned since leaving office, Tony Blair has swelled his astronomical income still further by setting up a consultancy to advise world leaders how to run their affairs.
Tony Blair Associates, as the commercial partnership is called, has already signed up its first client, the government of Kuwait, which is understood to have agreed a seven-figure deal for continuing advice from the former Prime Minister.
Mr Blair is counselling the constitutional monarchy of the oil-rich state on "good governance", according to his spokesman.
His critics, however, are likely to point out the irony of Mr Blair dispatching advice on good governance despite his own questionable probity whilst in power.
Originally posted by questioningall
Isn't he suppose to be the "leader" of the European Union? How is it - he can set up a company to advice other countries, if he is going to be a "leader" of some countries already?