We are intensely relaxed about people getting filthy rich.
The markets don't like instability and they don't like uncertainty.
For too long, decisions have been taken behind closed doors - tablets of stone have simply been past down to people without bothering to involve people, listen to their views or give them information about what we are doing and why.
I'm a fighter, not a quitter.
We've got to demonstrate why European unity and integration, our vast single market, our single currency, equip us with the strength to embrace globalization.
Europe has to address people's needs directly and reflect their priorities, not our own preoccupations.
I didn't mislead people. I know I didn't lie and I have got to establish that.
I think Europe is going in the right direction and we shouldn't be set back.
Firstly, people take for granted that the E.U. has created the biggest economic space in the world.
I understand why the Tories will be gunning for Alastair Campbell because they fear his campaigning skills.
Too often we think we can act without explaining and take decisions without justifying them.
I have moved on from being a British parliamentarian, I have moved on from being a New Labour politician, I have moved on from being the supporter in the active day-to-day sense of Tony Blair.
If the constitutional treaty is rejected it will be back to square one, just at a time when we want Europe to be a more effective force for good in the world, when we need to buttress ourselves against the pressures and insecurities of globalization.
Of course, the EU is not going to fall apart, but at best it will stagnate for the foreseeable future and we will be dealing with quite a lot of internal chaos.
Europe lacks leadership and a sense of mission and too many people don't feel a part of it.
I believe that if you treat China as an enemy, then it is likely to become one.
What is most important for Europe is economic growth and jobs, security at home and safety in the world.
It's a very good idea that we have a third term Labour government led by Tony Blair for a full term.
I do not share the half-in, half-out attitude to the EU of some in Britain. Britain's place is in Europe.
In my experience of these things, parties which shout about dirty tricks and the like tend to do so because they fear a direct hit in some vulnerable part of their political anatomy.
Instead of saying that globalization is a fact, that it's inevitable, we've also got to demonstrate that while the growing interdependence of the world economy is indeed a fact, it's not uncontrollable.
There is no high-carbon future
Few politicians are good at taking the high ground and throwing themselves off it.
What we have to do is reinvent the idea of Europe.
In the space of a decade, China and India have emerged as dramatic, dynamic competitors.
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