Blair Visit

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Opinion polls show 80 percent of the British are public opposed to war, and at least 130 Labour members of Parliament vowing to vote against any military action. NPR's Guy Raz considers why Prime Minister Tony Blair is so solidly behind the Bush administration when it comes to Iraq despite increasing opposition from the European Union.

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