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Friday, May 1, 1998 Published at 11:05 GMT 12:05 UK



Special Report

'Post-euphoria, pre-delivery'

It is one year since Tony Blair landed a record 179 majority at the general election - the best performance by any party since 1832.

Blair's first year
The BBC's Political Editor, Robin Oakley, gives the Prime Minister his first annual report.

Constitutional overview
Joshua Rozenberg, the BBC's Legal and Constitutional Affairs Correspondent, looks at Labour's first year.
Ethical foreign policy
Nicolas Witchell, the BBC's Diplomatic Correspondent, analyses the introduction of Labour's new "ethical" foriegn policy.
Labour's record on health
Richard Hannaford, the BBC's Health Correspondent looks at how Labour measures up on its manifesto promises after one year in power.
Labour's first year in education
The BBC's Education Correspondent, Mike Baker, details what can be learned from Labour's education policies over the last year.
Working for welfare reform
The BBC's Social Affairs Editor, Niall Dickson, describes the government's intentions for welfare reform, and the areas in which it has delivered.
Is Blair a butcher?
Huw Edwards, the BBC's Chief Political Correspondent looks ahead to the biggest event in the parliamentary calendar - the reshuffle.
Setting the Bank free
The BBC's Economics Correspondent, Ed Crooks, analyses the chancellor's decision to give the Bank of England independence over interest rates.
Crime and punishment
Jane Peel, the BBC's Home Affairs Correspondent, analyses Labour's success over its pledge to be "tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime".






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