Cynics might describe it as the Blair Rich Project and it has clearly achieved its aim. Indeed when totting up the contents of the family coffers one is reminded of what two of New Labour’s principal image shapers had to say about the lack of friction between Tony Blair’s political vision and the accumulation of wealth. His close friend and one-time guru Peter Mandelson famously boasted: ‘I am intensely relaxed about people getting filthy rich as long as they pay their taxes.’ And No 10 spin-doctor Lance Price once observed of Mr Blair: ‘He has always wanted the best for his family and there was never any doubt that he had the capacity to go on and run ‘Tony Blair’ as a business, which is effectively what he is doing.’ Never any doubt. But who could have predicted the former prime minister’s eldest son Euan would, before the age of 40, overtake his father in the matter of personal wealth creation? And by so doing push the Blair dynasty’s cumulative fortune to well past the £100 million mark. Cynics might describe it as the Blair Rich Project and it has clearly achieved its aim Little more than 20 years have… Read full this story
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The Blair rich project: Tony Blair made millions in some of the shadiest corners of the world. But he's been outdone by son Euan - who is now worth £70m. And, from a football agent to two legal eagles, the rest of the clan aren't doing too badly either have 278 words, post on www.dailymail.co.uk at January 20, 2021. This is cached page on Europe Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.