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Vanessa Friedman
By Vanessa Friedman
April 29, 2021, 7:34 a.m. ET
What is it with male politicians and their hair these days? After decades — centuries — of nondescript short cuts, their crowning glory has suddenly turned into a form of creative expression. And source of controversy.
It often seemed as if no one could top Donald Trump’s incredibly complicated cream puff of a construction — until Boris Johnson, with his signature flyaway platinum locks (the ones that he uses to distract, amuse, disarm and otherwise manipulate those around him), arrived at 10 Downing Street as Britain’s prime minister.
But then, earlier this week in an ITV television interview, a former prime minister one-upped them both.
Or rather Tony Blair’s long, flowing gray hair did.'

' Comparisons on social media ranged from Dr. Who to “the possessed Vigo painting in Ghostbusters.”'
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Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
It's funny, though, that a very common Tory criticism of New Labour at the time was that they were hopelessly "PC.


Cat Malogen
Thing is Tea, Blair was Real. Can you imagine the sex magic him and his hag wife were up to? Orgies and entrails

Uncle 0898 Tony is taking appointments, £100k a minute