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Charles Clarke has accused Tony Blair of losing his sense of purpose
Clarke sets the record straight

Former home secretary Charles Clarke has attacked comments by his successor that the Home Office is “not fit for purpose”. Mr Clarke said John Reid’s comments to a parliamentary committee just days after taking up the role were “fundamentally wrong”. He also told Newsnight that he felt the prime minister made the “wrong decision” in… Read more »

Charles Clarke will hit the comeback trail this week
Clarke begins political comeback

Charles Clarke has today given his version of the events surrounding the failure of the Home Office to deport foreign prisoners at the end of their jail terms, which ultimately led to his sacking. Mr Clarke insisted that ministers were not made aware that foreign prisoners convicted of serious offences had been released without being… Read more »