Blair Faces Public Trust Crisis

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair defends the intelligence he used to make the case for war in Iraq, but acknowledges the need to build trust between his government and the public. Polls suggest 40 percent of the British public doesn't believe Blair's claims regarding Iraq's weapons, and a growing number of Britons think he should resign. Hear NPR's Nick Spicer.

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