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Blair Faces Labor Party Test

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Blair Faces Labor Party Test

Blair Faces Labor Party Test

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair's address to the annual Labor Party convention is seen as perhaps the most important speech of his six years in office. Poll numbers are dropping and members of his party calling for him to step down over questions about Britain's involvement in Iraq and controversial domestic policies. Hear Warren Hoge, London bureau chief for The New York Times.

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