Heydon Prowse was not questioned by armed police guarding the West London house and was allowed into the doorway by a maid, in the stunt filmed for a new BBC programme.
He was wearing a T-shirt bearing the words “Foundation for the Glorification of Tony Blair” and told a policeman that he was in discussions with the Vatican about the ex-Labour leader being canonised.
Mr Prowse was carrying a semi-circular window showing Mr Blair surrounded by doves and Iraqi children, in a further sign that should have raised questions…But he was allowed to measure it for fitting above the doorway after a housekeeper provided him with a ladder to help his unusual task.
Joe Wade, one of the co-creators of the show The Revolution Will Be Televised, which is broadcast on BBC3 on Wednesday, said: “We were very surprised to get into Blair’s home, and past the security without any problems…
Mr Blair’s office did not respond to requests to comment.
What can they say other than to repeat the crappola relied upon to justify his usual role as Bush’s lapdog?