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New Labour's Old Roots: revisionist thinkers in Labour's history (1931-1997)
Edited by Patrick Dia
Tony Blair, the Karl Rove of British politics, made a crucial mistake with the Queen's Speech: he ta
Andrew Simms argues that SUVs are as dangerous to health as tobacco and should be made to carry simi
Observations on hunting (1)
Don't believe it - "New Labour, New Republicanism"
Even "new Europe" has now parted from Tony Blair on Iraq. The PM has been reduced to phoning Hungary
Observations on the English north-east