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Tony Blair
Blair government: Have things got better?

At the fifth anniversary of Labour's 1997 election victory, Jeremy Paxman quizzed the Prime Minister in a series of interviews on the government's record.

Newsnight's political editor Martha Kearney was joined by Michael White of the Guardian and Danny Finkelstein of the Times to discuss how Tony Blair performed.


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Shown over three nights from 14-16 May, Newsnight focused on Mr Blair's record in three distinct areas: how he hopes to deliver improvement in the public services; how he sees Britain's role in the world; and the relationship between the individual and the state in Britain under his government.

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