Anti-War Protests Continue in London NPR's Lynn Neary hears from NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reporting from London. Poggioli reports that war demonstrators are calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Tony Blair. She says that 10 days ago polls showed only 19 percent of Britons favored going to war without the backing of the United Nations.

Anti-War Protests Continue in London

Anti-War Protests Continue in London

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NPR's Lynn Neary hears from NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reporting from London. Poggioli reports that war demonstrators are calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Tony Blair. She says that 10 days ago polls showed only 19 percent of Britons favored going to war without the backing of the United Nations.

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