Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair addresses a news conference in London on July 6, 2016, following the outcome of the Iraq Inquiry report. / AFP / POOL / Stefan Rousseau
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Britain's former prime minister Tony Blair hinted that he wanted to make a political comeback in an interview released Friday.Blair, 63, made the comments to Esquire magazine shortly after announcing he was winding down his controversial but lucrative government advisory business.But he remains deeply unpopular in Britain for his role in taking Britain into the 2003 Iraq war.Blair told Esquire magazine that it was "an open question" what his future role would be.As leader of the Labour party, Blair won three consecutive general elections from 1997 onwards on a platform of centrist policies.
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