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    By: Polly Toynbee

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    When New Labour swept into power on 2 May 1997 on a tide of euphoria, it seemed that, in the words of their campaign song, things could only get better. But nearly four years on, as their first term draws to an end, have they delivered?Here Guardian journalists Polly Toynbee and David Walker, strip away the spin and sound-bites to examine the real facts and figures behind the manifesto pledges and spending plans. What actual differences have Labour made to the lives of ordinary people, whether NHS patients, pupils, low-income families, or 'middle Englanders'?To make an informed decision at the next election, we need to know the whole truth about the government's failures and achievements. This is the most honest and fair-minded review of their performance yet, of how much has been done - and how much remains undone.

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