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Blair hopes to become a YouTube star

Watch CNN's Abbi Tatton report on Blair's foray onto YouTube.

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- British Prime Minister Tony Blair's Labour Party is attempting to reach constituents online through YouTube, CNN's Abbi Tatton reports.

But as Blair is finding out, there are already dozens of published videos that portray the prime minister in a more humorous, and less flattering, light.

Blair isn't the only British political leader to embrace online video. Conservative Party Leader David Cameron has been posting video on the Web since last year.
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