Unlike in 1997 and 2001, I shall not be voting for Tony Blair and his Labour Party in the British general election on Thursday 5 May. I do, however, hope and believe that Blair will be re-elected as prime minister, becoming the first Labour leader to win three elections in a row. There are many good reasons why the Labour Party should be re-elected. Most can be summarized in two words: the economy. Under Labour, Britain has enjoyed eight years of economic growth (currently around three per cent), low unemployment (now under five per cent), low...
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