Labour Party history: Approaches and interpretations
- New ideas for old. Wright, Anthony // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Spring91, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p25
Examines relationship between the thinking on the Left in Great Britain and the programmatic review process in the Labour Party. Tension between new ideas and old traditions in the area of political system and constitution; Labour Party's support for a series of constitutional reforms;...
- Labour Party history: Approaches and interpretations. Harrison, Royden // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Spring91, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p8
Identifies several types of approach to the history of Great Britain-based Labour Party. Consideration of general histories; Examination of crucial periods or moments in party history; Study of the performance of Labour Party in local government; Histories of the party's immediate institutions.
- THE HISTORIC LABOUR PARTY. McKibben, R.I. // History Today;Nov83, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p31
Examines the political structure of the Labour Party in Great Britain. Relationship with trade unions; Power of the unions within the party during World War I; Analysis of the ideology of the party; Impact of the evolution of unions and party membership.
- New Labour is just child's play. Brivati, Brian // New Statesman;02/19/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4424, p28
Focuses on Great Britain's Labour Party. Goals of the party; What Prime Minister Tony Blair must do; Comparison from other political parties.
- The end of the project? McElvoy, Anne // New Statesman;07/31/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4497, p13
Focuses on the platforms of the British Labour Party in 2000. Comparison between existing party members and former members; Concerns on the re-examination of the relationship between the citizen and state; Complaints of former party members on the party's spending practices.
- EDITORIAL. Webster, Alison // Political Theology;2001, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p7
Editorial. Comments on the article 'If This Political Party Were a House,' by Heather Walton. Emphasis on the discourse of domestic renovation as a contemporary cultural narratives in circulation in Great Britain; Criticism on the New Labour; Role of Christianity in response to the materialism...
- Theresa May's tame gorilla, tarts' charter and Shaun Woodward's town house still unsold. Routledge, Paul // New Statesman;10/28/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4611, p12
Presents news important to political parties in Great Britain as of December 2002. Observation on New Labour Party's centralization of power; Possibility that the Saint Stephen's Constitutional Club is to undergo a change of identity; Individual selected by the Hammersmith and Fulham...
- Labour splits on crime and the family. Ashley, Jackie // New Statesman;12/11/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4516, p6
Discusses the gap in Great Britain's Labour Party regarding their stand on several social issues. Issues on law and order; Details on the family model; Overview of the `British Social Attitudes' report on the class gap by the National Centre for Social Research; Views on the Labour hypocrisy.
- Caution will alienate the suburbs, too. Richards, Steve // New Statesman;06/28/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4442, p6
Points out the dispute between the middle class and lower class supporters of the Labour Party in Great Britain. Possibility for the party to loose an election; Issues with which the two groups are in dispute; How this dispute is carried into the mainstream newspapers in the country; How Prime...