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THURMONT, UNITED STATES: (FILES) -- File picture dated 23 February 2001 shows British Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) shaking hands with US President George W. Bush after a joint press conference in Thurmont, Maryland, down the road from the presidential retreat Camp David. Blair announced 10 May 2007 his resignation after a decade in powerr, saying he will stand down at the end of June. He told party suporters in his constituency of Sedgefield that he would step down as Labour leader, and therefore as prime minister on June 27.  AFP PHOTO/MARIO TAMA (Photo credit should read MARIO TAMA/AFP/Getty Images)
THURMONT, UNITED STATES: (FILES) -- File picture dated 23 February 2001 shows British Prime Minister Tony Blair (R) shaking hands with US President George W. Bush after a joint press conference in Thurmont, Maryland, down the road from the presidential retreat Camp David. Blair announced 10 May 2007 his resignation after a decade in powerr, saying he will stand down at the end of June. He told party suporters in his constituency of Sedgefield that he would step down as Labour leader, and therefore as prime minister on June 27.  AFP PHOTO/MARIO TAMA (Photo credit should read MARIO TAMA/AFP/Getty Images)

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