[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Help
BBC Onepolitics show

MORE PROGRAMMES

Last Updated: Friday, 26 January 2007, 12:31 GMT
So you think you know your Tony Blair?

Question 1
Which seat has Tony Blair represented in Parliament since 1983?
A: Shipley
B: Sedgefield
C: Spelthorne
D: Scunthorpe
Question 2
Tony Blair met Cherie Booth at the London chambers of a lawyer who was to play a major part in his first government – whose?
A: Donald Dewar
B: Robin Cook
C: Derry Irvine
D: Charlie Falconer
Question 3
What was the name of the Islington restaurant where Tony Blair and Gordon Brown were said to have agreed their leadership pact?
A: Slug and Lettuce
B: Gramonda
C: Harvester
D: Granita
Question 4
In 1997 Tony Blair was elected with a huge majority, but how many Labour MPs were elected?
A: 166
B: 389
C: 419
D: 555
Question 5
How many Conservative leaders has Tony Blair faced across the despatch box?
A: Three
B: Four
C: Five
D: Six
Question 6
What new commitment on health spending did Tony Blair make in 2000, without first consulting the Chancellor?
A: To make the health service the best in the world
B: To increase British spending to the European average
C: To raise spending by £3 billion every year
D: To always promise more at election time than the Conservatives
Question 7
Which of the following is not a constitutional reform introduced by Labour since 1997?
A: Devolution to the Scottish Parliament
B: Establishment of a Supreme Court
C: Introduction of the Human Rights Act
D: Removal of all hereditary peers from the House of Lords
Question 8
In which American city did Tony Blair give his 1999 speech outlining his ‘doctrine of international community’ which he used to justify interventions in Sierra Leone, Afghanistan and Iraq?
A: Chicago
B: New York
C: Washington
D: Dallas
Question 9
Which UN Resolution did Britain and America use to justify the invasion of Iraq?
A: 1066
B: 1441
C: 1664
D: 1771
Question 10
Tony Blair says he wants 400 of what type of school by 2010?
A: City academies
B: Specialist school
C: Trust school
D: Faith school

 Press the button and see how you have done


Have your say

BBC One's Politics Show wants to hear your views.

The Politics Show Sunday 1st July 2007 at 12.00 GMT on BBC One.

politicsshow@bbc.co.uk
Our e-mail address

You can reach the programme by e-mail at the above address or you can use the form below to message the Politics Show.

Send us your comments:

Name:
Your E-mail address:
Country:
Comments:

Disclaimer: The BBC may edit your comments and cannot guarantee that all emails will be published.



THE POLITICS SHOW... FROM DOWNING STREET TO YOUR STREET



Politics from around the UK...
 
SEARCH THE POLITICS SHOW:
 



FEATURES, VIEWS, ANALYSIS
Has China's housing bubble burst?
How the world's oldest clove tree defied an empire
Why Royal Ballet principal Sergei Polunin quit


banner watch listen bbc sport Americas Africa Europe Middle East South Asia Asia Pacific