Blairism refers to the political ideology that supports former British Labour party and Prime Minister Tony Blair’s political views. People who advocate Blairism are called Blairites. Tony Blair left his prime minister post in 2007.
Meanwhile, Gordon Brown supporters are known to support ‘Brownism’, although the difference between the two ideologies are said to be more tribal than ideological. The main difference between the two ideologies is that Blairism seems to take a more right-wing approach on political issues, as opposed to Brownism’s approach that tends to lean more to the left. Blairism and Brownism are similar in its stand in Iraq and its stand on public sector reform.