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    "I want to praise Tony Blair's speech, and I condemn those who walked out when they had the chance to listen and ask questions. "I urge all trade unionists to support the reform agenda set out by Tony Blair and agreed by the whole government." Mr Brown is due to address union leaders at a private dinner in Brighton tonight. The prime minister's address dealt with the themes of mass migration and the terrorist threat, but Mr Blair was met by boos and catcalls from some members as he took to the stage at 2.45pm. In a charged atmosphere in the Brighton centre, the PM was also greeted with polite applause as well as boos when he stood up to speak. Bob Crow, the leader of the RMT, was one of those holding banners. Mr Blair said: "Those who protest are perfectly entitled to do it, but you are doing precisely what those who do not want a Labour government want. Not very sensible." Halfway through his speech Mr Blair was interrupted as he defended the current role of UK troops in Iraq. The PM told union members holding up "Troops Out" banners that they should be backing their fellow trade unionists in Iraq. As the heckling grew louder, a clearly angry Mr Blair said: "It's warming up. You were warm already, I'm just getting there." The speech was the most visible hostility to the PM at a public meeting since he was slow-handclapped while delivering a speech to the Women's Institute six years ago. Mr Blair, looking uncomfortable and at times angry, said to applause: "However difficult it is, however fraught our relations from time to time, make no mistake ( sound like bush )  - I want the TUC to go on being addressed by a Labour prime minister not to addressed again by a leader of the opposition." For 18 years, the Labour leader had "no power to do anything" other than oppose, he reminded them. Mr Blair concluded his half hour speech with a call on the unions to participate in the policy debates ahead in the Labour leadership contest - although he gave no further clue as to when he might step down. He made passing mention of the "politicking of the previous two weeks". The prime minister said: "Organised labour has a crucial role to play. It is exactly where modern trade unionism should be." Mr Blair received 23 seconds of polite applause from delegates when he finished his speech. "If you ever think you'll get a perfect government, you won't," he concluded to delegates at the end of half an hour of largely hostile questioning. He ended by reciting the government's record on introducing the minimum wage, the OAPs' fuel allowance, the sure start programme, record numbers in employment and record investment in public services. He concluded: "I want to see a Labour government continue in government. It's a darn sight better than wasting our time in opposition - that is the brutal truth." Mr Crow, speaking outside the chamber, claimed that all the questions to the PM had been "vetted" in advance yesterday.

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