This section draws the earlier themes together. It summarises five areas in which this intellectual history of the cycle speech and Research Programme has added significantly to existing knowledge. It argues that while the cycle speech and Research Programme have been recognised as being relevant to the approach taken by New Labour to child poverty from 1997, these continuities have become even more striking given subsequent efforts to tackle antisocial behaviour and social exclusion.
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