Sailing towards the icebergs: New Labour's third term

Summer 2005

Michael Rustin argues that many difficult issues lie in wait for the new Labour government, and threaten to fragment its fragile base of support. What is needed is a renewed model of a democratic state, working on both national and international planes, which can address, negotiate and manage the destructive consequences of global market forces, according to values of democratic citizenship.

Soundings 30 Living well