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This economically driven agenda underpins initiatives that promote ‘inclusion’ via employment and training. Within days of the 2001 election, Alistair Darling, Minister for the Department of Work and Pensions, announced signiﬁcant changes in welfare provision commenting that ‘We are increasingly looking at tightening up conditionality; so that people get their rights, but there is a tighter regime to make sure people can, and actually do help themselves’ (BBC News 11. 6. 2001). Collective policies relating to social inclusion, such as ‘New Deal’ and ‘New Start’, emphasise and promote the importance of the link between employment, wealth creation and self-supporting citizens.
Advanced capitalist democracies provide some form of welfare for their citizens, but Esping-Andersen (1990) identiﬁes tensions and attitudes that shape the nature of such provision. He studied welfare systems in eighteen nations and identiﬁed three welfare regimes: liberal, corporatist and social democratic. These occur in clusters depending on the inter-relationship between the state, market and family. The liberal welfare state This provides beneﬁts for ‘low income, usually working class, state dependants’ (Esping-Andersen 1990: 26).
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