UK Elections

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photoThe results from the UK elections and what a third term for Prime Minister Tony Blair would mean, for Britain, Europe and the U.S.

Tony Blair still faces tough opposition for his continuing support of President George W. Bush. And he may face a huge test at home on the European constitution.


Frederick Studeman, UK correspondent for the Financial Times

Geoffrey Wheatcroft, British journalist and historian. He is author of "The Strange Death of Tory England."

Tony Judt, professor of European Studies and Director of the Remarque Institute at New York University, which looks at U.S.-European relations. He is author of "Postwar: A History of Europe since 1945."

Gerard Baker, U.S. Editor, The Times of London.

This program aired on May 5, 2005.


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