Halman on ... Ten years of buzzwords

While stationary in the fast lane of the M6 recently, I heard a piece on the radio about Tony Blair's ten years at the top. It featured a list of phrases that have emerged in that time, including antisocial behaviour orders, weapons of mass destruction, the fox-hunting ban and paying for peerages. It was a useful way to be reminded of noteworthy events under his premiership.

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