The Labour landslide of 1997 and the excitement that accompanied the dawning of a new era in British politics are now largely forgotten, overshadowed by the reality of two terms in office: but what has Labour achieved since its historic election victory? David Coates offers a balanced assessment of New Labour's domestic record. He interrogates the problems that the Blair government inherited, and the progress that the Party has made in tackling Britain's underlying social and economic problems.

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