There is no shortage of books about ‘new’ Labour. The repackaging of the British Labour Party in the 1980s and 1990s has been the subject of much academic study and even more journalistic speculation. Numerous volumes and articles have sought to dissect the personalities involved, the policy directions pursued and the extent to which the party’s underlying values have or have not changed.1
KeywordsTrade Union Party Democracy Labour Party Original Principle Local Party
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