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  1. In which ways the New Labour has chosen a different ideological and pragmatic frame
  2. An analysis of the characteristics of the New Labour policies
  3. A debate on the role of the New Labour concerning the evolution of the welfare state

Firstly let us analyze the approaches the New Labor has chosen through a different ideological and pragmatic frame than earlier Labor governments when it comes to welfare provision and public policies. In this context, the New Labor has followed the Thatcherite tradition in working towards what could be called a neo-conservative welfare state. The second part would be the analysis of the characteristics of the New Labor policies that highlight a certain continuity with a leftist tradition, which leads to the possibility that the New Labor has created a "third way" in the approaches concerning the welfare state. This division follows an ongoing debate on the role of the New Labor concerning the evolution of the welfare state.

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