Gray, John
May 2005
New Statesman;5/9/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4739, p36
Comments on politics and government in Great Britain as of May 9, 2005. Assessment of the outcome of the general election; View that the campaign did not address relevant social and economic issues; Criticism for economic and political policies in Great Britain; Appreciation for the objections of the Liberal Democrat party to the Iraq War; Comparison of the domestic policies suggested by the Liberal Democrat party with those of the Labour Party; Claim that British politicians have failed to adequately address problems of global warming and climate change; Comments on economic conditions in Great Britain.


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