Should Save The Children strip Tony Blair of his global legacy award?
International charity Save The Children found itself caught up in a storm this week over an accolade given to Tony Blair.
The decision of its US arm to hand the former prime minister with a "global legacy award" provoked outrage - not least from its own staff, 500 of whom signed an internal protest petition.
Blair's legacy - especially over his role in launching the Iraq war in 2003 - is fraught with controversy.
A 38 Degrees petition has called for Save The Children to strip him of the award.
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