The question now:
How do we secure the future
For our party and
For our country?
I hear people say we have to stop and debate globalisation. You might as well debate whether autumn should follow summer.
It is replete with opportunities, but they only go to those swift to adapt, slow to complain, open, willing and able to change.
Unless we "own" the future, unless our values are matched by a completely honest understanding of the reality now upon us and the next about to hit us, we will fail.
And then the values we believe in, become idle sentiments ripe for disillusion and disappointment.
That Britain was a country not just with memories but with dreams.
But such nations aren't built by dreamers.
They rise by the patient courage of the change-maker.
That's what we have been in New Labour. The change-makers.
That's how we must stay.
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