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Wall Street Offers a Second Career for Former Politicians

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Tony Blair made some £150,000 ($240,000) a year as prime minister of the UK. In Sep. 2011, he was paid $1 million for three hours’ work, mediating a renegotiation of the proposed acquisition of Xstrata by Glencore. A no-confidence vote can be the best thing that ever happened to a politician’s portfolio

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