On Reasons for the New Labor’S Continuous Success in Elections

Xi Nan


ony Blair has led the New Labor’s Party to three successive victories in the election since 1997. Gordon Brown who is a member of the New Labor Party has been confirmed as the new Prime Minster. This is the first time for the British Labor Party to remain at the helm of Britain from the time it was established. How could the British’s New Labor Party still be elected after being involved in the Iraqi War? This is a matter that has surprised many people. This article analyses reasons for the success and recommends them for reference on party management.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/jpl.v2n4p90

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