Hmm, its hardly neo-conservative, perhaps Blair was opportunistic and behaved like a new moneyed social climber but that went over very, very well with the people who have now elected Cameron. Was the labour party meant to be a socialist party? If you've read anything about socialism in the UK you'll know the idea was to permeate all parties with the ideas, the Labour party wasnt considered its natural home.What is the point of having a socialist party if it is run as if it were constitutionally a neo-conservative party? The only embarrassment Britain should have is Ed Balls did not join Jacqui Smith, Charles Clarke, and Tony McNulty in humiliating defeat.
To be honest those debates are a little defunct, how would being more socialist have stopped people switching their votes to conservatives?