Scores of demonstrators chanted that Blair had "blood on his hands" as the former British prime minister arrived at a
Security was tight for the signing, with book buyers - who appeared to outnumber the protesters - told to hand over bags and mobile phones before entering Eason's book store.
"A Journey" mounts a strong defence of Blair's policies during his decade as prime minister, including the 2003 invasion of
In an interview aired on Saturday, Blair rejected claims that the invasions of
Blair told the BBC World Service "the biggest threat in international security is this broader radicalised movement, because I think it is rather similar to revolutionary communism".
He said al-Qaeda-linked extremism was "loosely a global ideological movement, but