Any fans of Tony Blair hoping to get a signed copy of the former PM's messianic new tome, A Journey, on September 8th had best be prepared for a rough ride. Security at the Waterstone's Piccadilly signing will be tight: cameras, bags, and briefcases are banned, phones will have to be checked in, Tone won't be writing personal dedications (nor will he answer any questions), and top plods from Scotland Yard will be keeping an eye on proceedings. They'll have their hands full: activists from Stop The War have said that they'll picket the event. Staff at the bookshop will try to avoid a repeat of the incident last year when Leona Lewis was punched while signing copies of her own autobiography.
Tight Security For Tony Blair's Book Signing
Last Updated 12 August 2010