Anti-war protests to greet Tony Blair at book signing

Anti-war protestors are expected to gather in Dublin's O'Connell street shortly for Tony Blair's first book signing of his memoirs.

The former British Prime Minister is expected to spend around an hour signing copies of his book, 'A Journey'.

Security in the capital is expected to be tight for the event.

Mr Blair defended the decision to invade Iraq on an appearance on The Late Late Show last night.

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