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Blair's Party Regroups after Defeat in British Elections

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Blair's Party Regroups after Defeat in British Elections

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Blair's Party Regroups after Defeat in British Elections

Blair's Party Regroups after Defeat in British Elections

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Prime Minister Tony Blair's Iraq policy is being blamed for the Labor Party's third place finish in last week's local elections. The prime minister said he is determined to stay on, and the situation in Iraq is improving. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and Guardian columnist Simon Hoggart.

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