Inconspicuous Conservatives NPR's Guy Raz reports from London that Britain's Conservative Party is having trouble challenging Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair. Since Blair moved into #10 Downing Street, the Tories have been stuck in the opposition. Political analysts credit Blair with co-opting Conservative issues and moving Labour toward the center.

Inconspicuous Conservatives

Inconspicuous Conservatives

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NPR's Guy Raz reports from London that Britain's Conservative Party is having trouble challenging Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair. Since Blair moved into #10 Downing Street, the Tories have been stuck in the opposition. Political analysts credit Blair with co-opting Conservative issues and moving Labour toward the center.