Storm In A TB Cup: What A Political Crisis Looked Like Under New Labour

This was not a Windrush or Grenfell scandal. There was no ‘doomsday plan’ being modelled in the event of the country’s economic collapse. On the contrary, unemployment was at its lowest level for twenty years and take-home pay had risen 10% since 1997. Neither of which stopped The Sun from predicting that William Hague would become prime minister, overturning Labour’s huge 179 majority.

Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/news/uk/tony-blair-slow-hand-clapped-by-the-womens-institute/

 

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