Abuse for Blair at book signing
Tony Blair faced a barrage of abuse in Dublin yesterday as he was confronted by anti-war protesters at his first book signing.
Shoes and eggs were pelted at the former prime minister as he arrived at a Eason’s city centre book store to promote his controversial autobiography, A Journey.
The missiles did not hit Mr Blair, who was heckled and jeered as he emerged from his car.
Angry activists then clashed with gardai as they tried to push down a security barrier outside the O'Connell Street store.
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