The former leader of the Labour Party and ex-prime minister, Tony Blair, has reportedly been advising UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock on the country’s vaccination response.
Thirteen years after leaving government, Mr Blair has made a “comeback” of sorts on the back of the Chinese coronavirus crisis.
The Sunday Times reported that the globalist left-wing former Labour leader has been providing ‘strategic advice’ to the nominally Conservative government on the vaccination regime.
Blair has also reportedly given advice to the head of the NHS Test and Trace system, Baroness Harding, as well as Steve Bates, a vaccine task force member who used to serve as an adviser to the Labour Party.
Mr Hancock did not deny that he has been advised by Blair, saying: “I talk to all sorts of people and we take ideas from lots of sources.”
Writing in the Evening Standard on Monday, Mr Blair said that