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Tony Blair's Political Future

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Tony Blair's Political Future

Tony Blair's Political Future

Tony Blair's Political Future

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On Saturday, Britain's Tony Blair became the longest-serving Labor prime minister. Blair, who took office in 1997, has recently been at odds with members of his own party over Britain's role in the war in Iraq. Emma Duncan, an editor at The Economist, joins host Neal Conan for a discussion about Blair's political future.

Guest:

Emma Duncan
*Britain editor, The Economist