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David Miliband's 'Turning the tide on democratic pessimism' speech (full text)

At the John Smith Memorial Lecture, the Foreign Secretary tonight gives what he calls an "audit" of New Labour in power, calling for reform of party structure and criticising his party's slow progress on transport, local government and the low-carbon revolution.

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