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In Need19980913Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no-one is left out.

How is it shaping up? `In Need'.

The Government remains committed to welfare reform, putting an emphasis on work rather than cash handouts.

Jenny Cuffe visits families in Whythenshawe, MANCHESTER, and asks what will happen to the poor who cannot take up the opportunities on offer in Blair's new Britain.

"Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no-one is left out.

Jenny Cuffe visits families in Whythenshawe, MANCHESTER, and asks what will happen to the poor who cannot take up the opportunities on offer in Blair's new Britain."

198C01At Home1998080319980809Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no-one is left out.

How is it shaping up in practice? 1: `At Home'.

In the first of six programmes, Jenny Cuffe visits Sunderland to find out if the threat of eviction is persuading antisocial council tenants to change their behaviour.

"Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no-one is left out.

In the first of six programmes, Jenny Cuffe visits Sunderland to find out if the threat of eviction is persuading antisocial council tenants to change their behaviour."

198C02At School1998081019980816Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no one is left out.

How is it shaping up in practice? In the second of six programmes, `At School', Jenny Cuffe visits two schools to find out if children with special needs are receiving the schooling they deserve, and asks if they should be part of mainstream education.

"Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no one is left out.

How is it shaping up in practice? In the second of six programmes, `At School', Jenny Cuffe visits two schools to find out if children with special needs are receiving the schooling they deserve, and asks if they should be part of mainstream education."

198C03In Trouble1998081719980823Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no one is left out.

How is it shaping up in practice? In the third of six programmes, `In Trouble', Jenny Cuffe goes to Dewsbury in YORKshire to investigate the changing role of the probation officer.

"Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no one is left out.

How is it shaping up in practice? In the third of six programmes, `In Trouble', Jenny Cuffe goes to Dewsbury in YORKshire to investigate the changing role of the probation officer."

198C04At Work1998082419980830Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no one is left out.

How is it shaping up in practice? 4: `At Work'.

The Government claims that one million disabled people want to work but have no jobs.

Peter White asks those directly affected how hard they are trying to join the workforce and whether they think the new proposals will make any difference.

198C05In A Foreign Land1998083119980906Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no one is left out.

How is it shaping up in practice? 5: `In a Foreign Land'.

Asylum seekers come to Britain seeking membership of a new society.

The Government has promised a firmer, fairer system for dealing with escalating numbers who want this.

Peter White asks if proposals in the recent White Paper can achieve it.

"Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no one is left out.

Peter White asks if proposals in the recent White Paper can achieve it."

198C06In Need1998090719980913Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no-one is left out.

How is it shaping up? `In Need'.

The Government remains committed to welfare reform, putting an emphasis on work rather than cash hand-outs.

Jenny Cuffe visits families in Whythenshawe, MANCHESTER, and asks what will happen to the poor who cannot take up the opportunities on offer in Blair's new Britain.

"Tony Blair has presented a vision of Britain in which no-one is left out.

Jenny Cuffe visits families in Whythenshawe, MANCHESTER, and asks what will happen to the poor who cannot take up the opportunities on offer in Blair's new Britain."