Labour and England, 1997-2010

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 27 Number 3 (2019)

Labour and England, 1997-2010
John Denham pages -


New Labour entered government in 1997 with a partly-formed agenda on devolution which sidestepped the West Lothian question; the party subsequently lost many working-class voters who saw themselves as more English than British. If the party is not to repeat the mistakes of the past, we must think about English identity and the expression of England’s interests within our constitution now.

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