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Tony Blair confident UK will be a 'serious country again' after Brexit

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Tony Blair confident UK will be a 'serious country again' after Brexit

Tony Blair confident UK will be a 'serious country again' after Brexit

Tony Blair says he is confident Britain will get back on its feet and be a 'serious country again' after Brexit.

The former Labour prime minister was speaking at the Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai.

He added now was not the time for him to comment on whether Theresa May should resign.

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