New labour triumphs: Britain at the polls

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Chatham House Publishers, 1998 - Business & Economics - 260 pages
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In this comprehensive guide to the 1997 British elections, Anthony King and his colleagues provide timely accounts of the new era of government in the United Kingdom: King sets the stage for the 1997 British election, David Denver tallies the results, Patrick Seyd reflects on New Labour, Philip Norton comments on the Conservatives' changed role, Pippa Norris reports on the media, Iain McLean analyzes the Scottish election, King reviews the Labour triumph, and David Sanders sums up the "new electoral battleground."

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The Conservative Party dominated British politics for the past two decades until May 1, 1997, when Tony Blair's revamped "New Labour" party achieved an unprecedented victory, gaining a total of 419 ... Read full review


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