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Tony Blair has been urged to quit as prime minister before his third term ends, days after Labour's election win.
Despite securing a historic third victory, the government's Commons majority was slashed from 161 to 67.
Several Labour MPs have called for Mr Blair to resign as an electoral "liability", among them former health secretary Frank Dobson.
Downing Street said there had been "no change" since Mr Blair stated last year he would serve a full third term.
Mr Dobson, who served as health secretary in Mr Blair's first Cabinet, told GMTV's Sunday programme the prime minister should step down sooner rather than later.