Goodman, Neville
June 2006
British Journal of General Practice;Jun2006, Vol. 56 Issue 527, p473
Academic Journal
In this article, the author shares his position on some policies of the British government under the administration of Prime Minister Tony Blair. The author states his disappointments with the Labour government. He cites the relationship of the government with the private sector. Moreover, the author observes the presence of populism in the government.


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