The British Parliament on Monday considered changes to its income and sales taxes as a means to alleviate the economic downturn. Margaret Warner reports from London about the proposed stimulus plan.
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In an hour-long speech Tuesday, British Prime Minister Tony Blair addressed the Labour Party for the last time, admitting it will be "hard to let go" when he steps down as leader next year. He also pledged to help unify…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In response to waning popularity and growing criticism within his Labour Party, British Prime Minister Tony Blair said he would step down within the next year, although he did not set a specific date.
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