Queen Elizabeth Announces Knighthoods For Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair: Queen Elizabeth Announces Knighthoods for Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair

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  • Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair gets Knightwood title
  • Sir, one of Britain’s biggest honors will now appear in front of Tony Blair’s name
  • British Queen Elizabeth II honored

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been honored with the title ‘Knightwood’ by Queen Elizabeth and has become Sir Tony on Saturday. Blair has been appointed a member of the Order of the Garter, England’s oldest and most senior honour, created as a personal choice of the Queen. It was established in 1348 to recognize outstanding contributions to public service. And it is given without the advice of the Prime Minister.

Blair has been the PM of Britain for 10 years
Blair said it was a great honor. Blair served as Prime Minister of the Labor Party for ten years from 1997 to 2007. He said that I would like to thank all those people who have worked with me in politics, public service and all areas of our society for their dedication and commitment towards our country.

Also included in the members of the Order of the Garter
Current members of the Order of the Garter include former British Prime Minister Sir John Major, businessman and philanthropist Lord Sainsbury and former MI5 chief Baroness Manningham-Bueller. These honors are usually announced on St George’s Day on 23 April, but this time the Queen announced it on New Year’s Day.


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