Tuesday, March 27, 2012

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date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 16:27:27 +0100
from: Tony Blair <responseatXYZxyz.labour.org.uk>
subject: A future fair for all
to: "'m.hulme@uea.ac.uk'" <m.hulmeatXYZxyz.ac.uk>


Dear Colleague,

I wanted to take this opportunity to email you some thoughts about where we
are as a Party as I make my annual speech to Labour Party Conference here in
Bournemouth.

I have attached my conference speech here:
http://www.labour.org.uk/tbbournemouth You can send any comments to me at
my Labour Party email address: tony_blairatXYZxyz.labour.org.uk

There is no doubt, we are in uncharted waters. No Labour Government before
has journeyed so far. No Labour Government has ever been in power for six
and a half years.

So, we have already achieved a great deal - government and Party together -
and there's a great deal in which we can take pride.

But the Labour Party now has the historic opportunity to change the
landscape of our country for good.

With our economy strong and stable, with a million and a half more people in
work, we can build a prosperous and just society for all.

Our great National Health Service can become once more the envy of the world
delivering high quality care to all on the basis of need, not ability to
pay.

Our schools with the investment, extra teachers and reforms in place can
ensure every child gets the best start in life.

Through tough action to tackle anti-social behaviour and increased
investment, local people will have the power to build strong communities.

We have already lifted half a million children out of poverty but can now
end the shame of childhood poverty within a generation.

But to achieve these goals - goals which, if we are honest would have been
celebrated by our party at any time in its history - won't be easy.

We'll need to show determination and courage, to tackle not just the
challenges of today but of the future.

Here in Bournemouth we are discussing how we make Britain fairer and what
more we must do to spread prosperity and opportunity to every family and
community.

But while the challenge is great so is the prize within our grasp: a better,
fairer more prosperous country; a future fair for all.


Tony Blair,
Prime Minister and Leader of the Labour Party


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