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30Aug91 UK: EDITORIAL COMMENT - CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AWAITS LABOUR PARTY'S ALTERNATIVES.

The Government has had a pretty good summer. Norman Lamont's predictions that recovery is just around the corner now appear less fanciful and the deluge of overseas news has washed domestic woes off the TV screens and the newspaper front pages. The political conference season, which begins with the TUC next week, arrives with Labour, rather than the Government, seeming in greater need of well-defined policies.Policy definition has been Labour's problem ever since it shed dogma and took ...

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