Tony Blair: 1997-2007; Le Bilan des réforms (An assessment of reforms)
The governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown created an original cocktail of three quarters néolibérales reforms and antilibérales inspired by the American example, a Scandinavian finger of social democracy and an acute will of experimentation which deeply transformed Great Britain. Controlling the country and his party, New Labor, by a combination of slogans and indicators of performance, a force of conviction and an extraordinary leadership, Tony Blair succeeded in making radical reforms of the State and public services, while maintaining growth and economic stability. Whereas Blair leaves the direction of the country, pushed by his party, his rival, a business of corruption and an increasing unpopularity worsened by the loss of confidence related to the invasion of Iraq, this work proposes an original analysis of the laboratory of New Labour and its effects on the life of the British citizens. Warning: this bureaucratic revolution is diffuse in Europe and France!