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Blair Wins Iraqi Resolution, Labor Party Rebellion Britain's House of Commons backs Prime Minister Tony Blair's tough stance on Iraq, 393-199. But many of the dissenters are from Blair's own Labor Party. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to John Kampfner, editor of the British magazine New Statesman.