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  Family life 1 February 2005  
Winning Women's Votes
can any government really make a difference?

Tony Blair says he wants to support 'hard working families'. Michael Howard appointed the first Shadow Secretary of State for the Family. But what difference can any government really make to the way in which we live in families?

In the latest of the Winning Women's Votes series, Jenni discusses the state's involvement in family life.

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