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ELECTION 2001

Britain's growing discontent A deep anger with establishment politics has been exposed, writes Peter Taaffe

The general election in Britain returned New Labour to power with a large parliamentary majority for the second consecutive time. But far from being an endorsement of Blairís policies, a deepening disillusionment and anger with establishment politics has been exposed.  More ...

 

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