Tony Blair & George Clooney
Anthony Charles Lynton Blair (born 6 May 1953) is a British Labour Party politician who served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2 May 1997 to 27 June 2007. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sedgefield from 1983 to 2007 and Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 2007. He resigned from all of these positions in June 2007. George Timothy Clooney (born May 6, 1961) is an American actor, film director, producer, and screenwriter. /5
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They can move in with Obama, Merkel,George Clooney,Nick Clegg,Tony Blair,Richard Branson, Yv Cooper and Sadiq Khan
Seriously? 'George Clooney's wife' &'Tony Blair's wife'? These are 2 people who are accomplished in their own right
Happy Birthday to Willie Mays, George Clooney, Tony Blair... and absolutely most importantly, my daughter Lindsay.
I wonder if Sigmund Freud, George Clooney and Tony Blair are getting birthday greetings 2 days early - but thanks everyone .
Melina Mercouri - Μελίνα Μερκούρη, 20 years after her death. George Clooney's calling for the return of the Elgin marbles reminds me that the first call Tony Blair got as Prime Minister was from Melina as Minister of culture in the Papandreou government asking for their return Unforgettable, αξεκαστη.
Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill Second Reading (2nd Day) Lord Alli Speech in FULL My Lords, *** men and women have waited for far too long to have the same rights as straight married couples—the right to say, “Not tonight dear, I have a headache”, or, “You don’t look fat in that dress”, the right to tell all those wonderful mother-in-law jokes, and even, in the case of the noble Baroness on the government Front Bench, the right to marry George Clooney. Before I move to the substance of my speech, I want to pay tribute to two Prime Ministers. I start with my right honourable friend Tony Blair. It is his unstinting commitment to equality, taking us from the unequal age of consent through same sex couple adoptions, the repeal of Section 28 and civil partnerships, that has made it possible for us to be here today. I also want to pay tribute to the Prime Minister. Change requires personal courage and, on this issue, there can be no doubt that David Cameron has shown a huge amount of that. I also p ...
People born on May 6 George Clooney (1961): Actor whose first steady television role was on the 1984 medical sitcom “E/R,” co-starring Elliott Gould, Mary McDonnell and Jason Alexander. Ironically, ten years later, Clooney landed the role of Dr. Doug Ross on another TV series entitled “ER,” which launched him to the ranks of super-stardom. Prior to becoming a member of the cast of “ER” in 1994, George played parts on several other television shows, including "Facts of Life" (1985-86) and "Roseanne" (1988-89). He went on to do other television shows such as "Sunset Beach," "Baby Talk," and "Sisters." Now a major box-office draw, Clooney's films include From Dusk Till Dawn, Batman & Robin, The Thin Red Line, The Perfect Storm, O Brother Where Art Thou?, Ocean's Eleven and Solaris. After directing and appearing in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Clooney most recently starred in Intolerable Cruelty. Tony Blair (1953): Current British Prime Minister, who, in 1997, became the youngest PM to be el ...
TODAY IN HISTORY: 5 / 6 1937: Hindenburg disaster On this day in 1937, while landing at Lakehurst, New Jersey, on its first transatlantic crossing of the year, the German dirigible Hindenburg burst into flames and was destroyed, killing 36 of the 97 persons aboard. British Labour Party leader Tony Blair, born this day in 1953, became in 1997 the youngest British Prime Minister since 1812, and in 2005 he led his party to its third successive general election victory. 2004: The final episode of the television sitcom Friends aired and was watched by more than 52 million viewers. 1961: American actor George Clooney--who emerged in the 1990s as a popular leading man, known for his good looks and versatility, and who later became a respected director and screenwriter--was born. 1954: Roger Bannister of Britain became the first athlete to run a mile in less than four minutes. 1942: The American garrison on Corregidor Island, under the command of General Jonathan M. Wainwright, surrendered to Japanese invade ...
HBTY,HBTY, HBDLeigh, HBTY x You share it with Tony Blair and George Clooney, so I've arranged for one of them to come out for dinner with us tonight. Sorry, it's Tony.
I have the same bday as Tim Mcgraw and Glenn Ford? Ummm awesome?! Neil has the same birthday as George Clooney, Tony Blair, Bob Segar, Willie Mays Happy 24th Birthday BABYYY!
I have just found out that I share a birthday with Sigmand Freud, George Clooney, Dany Alves, Graeme Souness and Tony Blair and that very intersting events happened throughout history on May 6th, such as John Steinbeck winning the pulitzer prize, Roger Bannister breaking the 4 minute mile, Babe Ruth hitting his first major league home run and the date that the last episode of frineds was aired. How Random,How 30!
Once again, Griff, I'm glad you weren't born on Cinco de Mayo. BTW, you share your birthday with Gabourey Sidibe as well as George Clooney and Tony Blair. And my Daddy.
You share b-day with Orson Welles, George Clooney, Tony Blair & my parents' wedding anniversary.
It's my birthday in exactly a month. I share this date along with George Clooney, Orson Welles, Tony Blair and Sigmund Freud.
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