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Ex-PM Blair tells Britain's Labour: change or you will disappear

Reuters Wednesday, 18 December 2019
Former British prime minister Tony Blair, Labour's most successful leader, on Wednesday urged the party to rebuild from electoral humiliation by rejecting the "protest movement with cult trimmings" created by outgoing leader Jeremy Corbyn.
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