Tony Blair admits: no personal contribution for papal visit
Catholic World News - September 06, 2010
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has not made a personal contribution to help defray the costs of a state visit by Pope Benedict XVI, a spokesman admitted. Blair, who entered the Catholic Church shortly after stepping down as the head of government, was questioned on the issue because of the current political controversy over public funding for the papal visit.
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