The series provides a unique account of Tony Blair’s 10 years as prime minister. For the first time he speaks openly and in detail about the highs and lows of his time in office. He talks about his attempts to modernize Britain’s health and education systems, his relationship with colleagues, including his successor, Gordon Brown and the controversial war in Iraq. He reveals the pressures of office, on himself and his friends and family, and talks about the importance to him of his religious faith. Colleagues, opponents and world leaders including President George W Bush, talk candidly about Blair as politician and a man and reflect on his decade in power.