38 British MPs call for PM Blair to resign

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September 5, 2006 03:55

 
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Recently elected British members of parliament wrote a letter Monday demanding the resignation of British Prime Minister Tony Blair. In the letter, the parliament members praised Blair for his achievements, but nonetheless said that it was time for him to go, BBC reported on Monday. Up to 50 parliament members are expected to sign the letter, which will be sent to the prime minister.

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