NEWS BRIEF: Support among Labour voters falls

Support for increased welfare spending and more redistributive welfare policies has fallen among Labour voters, according to the 20th British Social Attitudes Survey. In 2002 50 per cent of Labour supporters backed increased spending on welfare benefits, compared with 73 per cent in 1987. For further information, visit

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