at the Crossroads
Editors Introduction In this lecture, delivered at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Tony Blair, sets out his vision for the future of Britain. He argues that one of the great dangers in the business of government is to lose sight of a destination, and that his aim is to build a Britain that is tolerant, inclusive and outward-looking, where the only limit to achievement is merit. He argues that the Labour Party's historic landslide securing a second term in office was a firm rejection of Conservative values and a mandate to set about realising this vision of Britain.
Tony Blair discusses the challenges
Britain faces in the twenty-first century.
feature is taken from a lecture delivered at the London School of Economics
and Political Science on 12 March 2002. Copyright The London School
of Economics and Political Science.