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Blair: Three out of five voters say he lied over Saddam threat By Andrew Grice 30 September 2003
Three out of five people believe that Tony Blair lied over the threat posed by Iraqi weapons in the run-up to war, according to an NOP poll for The Independent.
But the survey suggests that replacing Mr Blair with Gordon Brown would not boost Labour's appeal. The Prime Minister will today deliver a barely coded rebuke to his Chancellor by warning that the Government cannot take the soft option on its public service reforms.
The NOP poll, conducted at the weekend, found that 41 per cent of people want Mr Blair to resign as Prime Minister, while 52 per cent do not. Fifty-nine per cent think Mr Blair lied over the Iraqi threat, while 29 per cent do not.
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