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Queen unveils anti-terror measures

Britain’s Tony Blair put tackling crime and terrorism at the heart of his re-election bid on Tuesday, drawing accusations of scaremongering like those leveled at his ally U.S. President George W. Bush. Outlining legislative plans for the next parliamentary session, expected to be curtailed by a vote in May, the prime minister unveiled measures to keep Britain’s streets safer and protect the country from terror attacks. The focus on security, in what effectively was Blair’s draft election manifesto, is a bid to beef up his Labour Party’s credentials on issues of prime concern to Britons where the main opposition Conservative Party has traditionally done well.Full Story

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