Why training must not be measured by tables
- What is labour for? Pilger, John // New Statesman & Society;9/30/94, Vol. 7 Issue 322, p20
Focuses on the British Labour Party's policies. Poverty in Great Britain; Views on the aims of the Labour Party; Sharing of monetarist policy by both Tory and Labour parties; Electorates' distrust of Labour's ability to carry out its policies.
- For art, read life. Tonkin, Boyd // New Statesman & Society;06/28/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4288, p30
Focuses on the British Labour Party's arts strategy. Adoption of Australia's `Creative Nation' manifesto which asserts access to the arts as a public right; Culture as everybody's business; Enlivening the urban culture; Art training in Labour's cultural profile.
- Brown's Thatcherite gobbledegook. // New Statesman & Society;9/3/93, Vol. 6 Issue 268, p9
Discusses the Labor Party's attitude towards taxation. Party leadership performance of Gordon Brown; Status of socialism as a part of discussion; Extent of state involvement in economic and social activity; Sources of government deficits; Behavior of the party after its successive defeat in...
- The power of the message. Blair, Tony // New Statesman & Society;9/29/95, Vol. 8 Issue 372, p19
Focuses on the platform of government of the Labour Party. Creation of a competitive base of physical infrastructure and human skills as the role of the government in the fast changing world; Commitment to promoting long-term investment in order to secure growth and stability; Firm political...
- I'm more radical than you are. Ashley, Jackie // New Statesman;05/14/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4537, p8
Analyzes the use of the term radical, in connection with the platforms and promises of the Labour party in Great Britain for the June 7,2001 election. Definition of radical; Confusion in the meaning of the term in context; Implications of the political agenda of candidates for the democratic...
- Agenda change. Giddens, Anthony // New Statesman & Society;10/7/94, Vol. 7 Issue 323, p23
Discusses the political platform of Great Britain's Labour Party. Civic restructuring; Modernization efforts; Creation of wealth; Addressing unemployment issues; Health care; Gender issues; Revival of family structures.
- Global tasks. Cook, Robin // New Statesman & Society;6/30/95, Vol. 8 Issue 359, p20
Focuses on the policies of the Labour Party of Great Britain. Statement of principles; Voicing of `Euroskepticism'; Global peacekeeping; Economic globalization; Party's views on economic interdependence; Plans to increase the profile of arms control.
- Clause for thought. Platt, Steve // New Statesman & Society;10/21/94, Vol. 7 Issue 325, p22
Discusses the implications of the British Labour Party's revision of Clause Four of its constitution. Clause Four controversy and the nature of the Labour Party; Fabian Society's proposal as the model for constitutional reformation of the aims and objects of the Labour Party; Details of the...
- Paper tigers. Mowlam, Mo // New Statesman & Society;9/9/94, Vol. 7 Issue 319, p24
Discusses the British Labor Party's media policy. State of media industries; Guiding principles; Concern over ownership; Methods for achieving socialism.
- Making the best of Thatcherism. Gamble, Andrew; Kelly, Gavin // New Statesman;10/04/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4304, p26
Discusses the British Labour Party's adherence to egalitarian market economy that is different from Thatcherism adhering individualism, choice and free market. Basic principle of an egalitarian market economy; Approach of egalitarian market economy to the governance of public institutions.