New Labour, no extra salvage tugs

One of the less endearing characteristics of politicians is to say one thing while out of office but do the opposite on assuming power. New Labour appears to fit the mould.

While in Opposition, Labour was highly critical of the Government's failure to implement key recommendations in the 1994 Donaldson report on marine pollution prevention and clean-up. Commissioned in the wake of the loss of the oil tanker Braer off the Shetlands

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