Vintage Sunday Times Magazine December 28th 1997
’97 The year in pictures
It was a year that seemed to be dominated by the new. For the first time in a generation, Britain awoke to a new government on May 2. ‘We are not the masters, the new prime minister told his triumphant MPs. ‘The people are the masters! The phrase was to echo throughout the year. The nation discovered new depths to its sense of grief with the death of ‘the people’s princess’; as we swathed her in flowers, we believed we had found a new compassion. Our image was once again branded as ‘cool Britannia! While London swung, Scotland and Wales were promised new assemblies. But, in the same way that New Labour looked uncannily close to Old Tory by year end, 1997 and its emotions may not prove all they were cracked up to be
Relative Values – Lesley Garrett, diva, and her father, Derek
Pictures of the year, with commentary by Brian Moynahan
A Life in the Day of Christopher Biggins
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