The resurrection of Labour in Britain during the 1990s was down to a new generation of strong figures rising within the party, & the party’s decision to move back closer towards the centre of the political spectrum. Thus ‘new Labour’ was born. In 1997, the face of party leader Tony Blair featured on many of the campaign posters, & Labour went on to win that year's general election by a landslide majority.
A descendant of kings who became the most famous black man in history: Life and legacy of Nelson Mandela, the secular saint who refused to give in to hate. Pictured at his South African home in 2010, 'triumphed as a symbol of national reconciliation between South Africa's races'