"Radical reforms and equal chances" are what Tony Blair says Britain needs. He is proud that his party's fat list of pledges for the next term "is not a manifesto for a quiet life." If Blair gets back to Downing Street, no one will be more unquiet trying to produce results people notice than Geoff Mulgan.
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