Chapter One: After Ten Years: Labour’s Successes and Failures.
Chapter Two: The Contenders: Brown v Cameron.
Chapter Three: The World in Flux: How to Respond?.
Chapter Four: The Public Services – Putting People First.
Chapter Five: We Can Have a More Equal Society.
Chapter Six: Changing Life-Styles: a New Agenda.
Chapter Seven: No Giving up on Multiculturalism!.
Chapter Eight: Shedding the Island Identity.
Chapter Nine: How to Build a Progressive Consensus.
Chapter Ten: Labour’s Contract with the Future
Charles Clarke, The Guardian
"Provides an important route map for progress [and] a valuable corrective to the collective amnesia that can afflict a reckoning of the government's record."
David Milliband, The Observer
"Giddens makes a weighty and significant contribution, serving up a rich diet of thoughts, ideas and policies."
Alan Milburn, New Statesman
"Over to You will prove accessible and stimulating reading."
Michael White, Times Literary Supplement
"Packed full of thoughtful observations and practical policy proposals, on matters as diverse as the labour market, immigration and multiculturalism."
"Clearly written, and easy to read, this book makes for interesting reading for those engaged with current politics and it will be interesting to see if some of the policy suggestions are adopted by Brown."
"Forms a very useful guide to the concerns of those installing themselves at new desks across Whitehall."
Roy Bacon, Defence Focus
"Perhaps the most important thing about this stimulating book is that it shows a new way of thinking about welfare."
Ranier Fsadni, Times of Malta
"In Over to You, Mr Brown [Giddens] has produced another restless tour de horizon, taking in most of the main axes of contemporary political debate."
Nick Pearce, Progress
"I would be delighted if Brown were to accept Giddens's advice on the future direction of policy laid out in this book."
Clare Short, The House Magazine