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Blair: Why Britain must 'own' the future

Prime Minister Tony Blair will today set out a platform of 'bold and radical' New Labour reforms designed to strengthen Britain's economy and public services.
In his keynote speech to Labour's annual conference in Brighton, Mr Blair will set out a policy agenda focusing on the economy, education, health, transport and law and order.

Brushing aside the concerns of some activists and unionists about the consumer and market-orientated flavour of his public services reforms, Mr Blair will tell delegates that the challenges which Britain faces demand a response which is 'not less New Labour but more New Labour'.