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What to Call Tony: Analysts Review Blair Legacy

Tony Blair steps down as Britain's Prime Minister on June 27, after more than 10 years in office. His has been called the longest goodbye in British political history.

Blair's legacy will always be dominated by his decision to join President Bush in the invasion and occupation of Iraq, says one analyst. Since the Labor Party is still in control of the British government, when Blair leaves Downing Street, Finance Minister Gordon Brown will take over as prime minister.

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