Future lordship of mr.Blair

What title shoudle given to mr.Blair?

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#1
Maybe mr.Blair would be pleased to be called - His lordship 1st ccunt of Sedgefield.

I made a mistake. Of course I meant should be given
 
#2
You missed PRESIDENT on the Poll

After all that is what he wants more than anything in the whole wide world (apart from the Love of George W)
 
#4
Surely he will become Baron Blair of Lye (in the county of Warwickshire)?
 

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#6
As Tone will be banged up due to the Cash for Honours issue, he will no longer be eligible.

Therefore the ermine will go to the WMF - Baroness Blair of Brussels-HCHR :pissedoff:
 
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Auld-Yin said:
As Tone will be banged up due to the Cash for Honours issue, he will no longer be eligible.

Therefore the ermine will go to the WMF - Baroness Blair of Brussels-HCHR :pissedoff:
Lord Tone of Lagg then?

(Lagg GR NR5978 Argyllshire)

or she could become Baroness BLiar of Witcham

(WitchamTL4679 Cambridgeshire)
 
#10
Nehustan said:
I didn't know that oracle. Luckily wikipedia has now been brought up to date :thumleft:

[align=center]Lord of T watt[/align]
Outstanding!!!!!

T watt, Shetland
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

T watt is a settlement in the Shetland Islands of Scotland. It is located on the Shetland mainland on a minor road that leads from the A971 to Clousta. Photographs of tourists next to road signs for the settlement are often taken as a source of amusement. It is rumoured that The Labour Prime Minister is to become Lord of T watt after he leaves office. It is widely known that Mr. Blair has Scottish roots, but less well known that they were all T watts, i.e. from the isle.

The settlement name originates from the Old Norse þveit, meaning 'small parcel of land'. Coordinates: 60°15′54″N, 1°24′45″W
 
#17
rickshaw-major said:
Sergey the Poll has misspelt Count. Where TB is concerned, there is no O in Cnut
Read the very first message in this thread carefully.
 
#18
nope, sorry sergey ... I'm with rickshaw-major ... no O in cnut especially as count is a military rank and the UK armed forces would shoot the cnut on sight if they were allowed any ammunition by the MoD.
 

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#19
rabid_hamster said:
nope, sorry sergey ... I'm with rickshaw-major ... no O in cnut especially as count is a military rank and the UK armed forces would shoot the cnut on sight if they were allowed any ammunition by the MoD.
I think this is was sergey means

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Maybe mr.Blair would be pleased to be called - His lordship 1st ccunt of Sedgefield.
My bold
 

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