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New Labour


New Labour

Overview
New Labour
Key figures
Tony Blair
Peter Mandelson
Alastair Campbell
Gordon Brown
Anthony Giddens
Anthony Crosland
Philip Gould
Political ethos
Blairism
Third Way
Blatcherism
Brownism
General elections
1997 general election
2001 general election
2005 general election
2010 general election
Post-2010 election events
Government
Premiership of Tony Blair
Blair ministry
Chancellorship of Gordon Brown
Premiership of Gordon Brown
Brown ministry
Publications
The Future of Socialism
A Journey
The Third Man: Life at the Heart of New Labour
The Blair Years
The Purple Book
Related topics
Labour Co-ordinating Committee
Blair–Brown deal
New Labour, New Life For Britain
New Labour, New Danger
Things Can Only Get Better
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