Tony Blair's post-election promise was that Labour was "elected as New Labour and would govern as New Labour". Written by leading experts, this work examines the extent of New Labour's distinctiveness and asks to what extent its policies, style and organization differ from those of both the previous Conservative administration and from "Old" Labour governments.
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STEVE LUDLAM is Lecturer in Politics, University of Sheffield. - MARTIN J. SMITH is Professor of Politics, University of Sheffield.
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