Sunday November 29, 2020

Blair's third term not as simple as it may seem

The improbable often happens in politics. The impossible takes a little longer.

26th March, 2005

The improbable often happens in politics. The impossible takes a little longer. Strange things are beginning to happen in the run-up to the British general election. Who could have dreamed, only six months ago, that an election, which was predicted to be a triumphant shoo-in for Tony Blair's version of Labour, would suddenly begin to look a little different?

I emphasise “a little'‘, because surely even the greediest of bookies would be overcome with compassion...

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