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

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

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

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.