Tony Blair on Labour's immigration proposals

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Tony Blair entered Downing Street as leader of the Labour Party in 1997 after his first election landslide. This week sees the anniversary of his exit five years ago. The party fought their 2005 election campaign on immigration.

Speaking to BBC's Andrew Marr, the former prime minister talks about the issue of immigration and Labour's new proposals for protecting British workers - that were outlined in Ed Miliband's speech in central London last week.

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