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Polls: Blair's Labor Party Leads Ahead of U.K. Vote

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After losing popularity for backing the Iraq war, Britain's Labor Party and its leader, Prime Minister Tony Blair, once again lead polls ahead of May 5 elections. This will be Blair's last election; Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown is expected to succeed him. Hear John Curtice of Glasgow's Strathclyde University.

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