The former prime minister was invited to Chequers for talks in July, sources said.
Tony Blair and David Cameron have discussed the Palestinians’ bid to be recognised by the United Nations as a full member Photo: AP/PA
The two men discussed the Palestinians’ bid to be recognised by the United Nations as a full member.
Mr Cameron will discuss the Palestinian claim at the UN General Assembly in New York this week.
Mr Blair is the official envoy to the Palestinians of the “Quartet”, which comprises the UN, the European Union, Russia and the US.
As well as visiting the Prime Minister at his country residence, he has spoken to Mr Cameron on the telephone on the Palestinian issue.
Mr Blair has a country home in Buckinghamshire not far from Chequers.
William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, has said he speaks to Mr Blair regularly.
Source: Telegraph.co.uk | James Kirkup