There are growing calls for former British prime minister Tony Blair to disclose what his close relationship with Libya's Muammar Gaddafi is really about after it was revealed that he had six private meetings with the dictator in the three years after he left Downing Street. The Sunday Telegraph reported that Blair flew to Tripoli at least twice on a private jet paid for by the Libyan regime. On one visit in 2009, Blair flew to Libya just when JPMorgan was trying to negotiate a multibillion-dollar deal. The investment bank pays Blair $3 million a year as a senior adviser. A new documentary, The Wonderful World of Tony Blair, investigates the apparent conflicts of interest that have allowed Blair, now a Middle East peace envoy, to earn millions since leaving office in 2007.