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Commission of the European Communities 2007: 3–4) This definition is dynamic and subject to constant change. 12 On the other hand, in the UK the distinction between citizens and consumers is a major source of dispute between academics from media and communication studies departments and economists. The struggle is centred around Ofcom and peaked when the regulator’s original remit was defined, leading to the establishment of a Joint Scrutiny Committee on the Communications Act 2003, chaired by Lord Puttnam.

The Kohl government worked out an agenda for cutting back the welfare state but, again, no drastic measures were taken. This changed during the following decades. At the beginning of the 1990s German manufacturing accounted for almost 40 per cent of all European Community manufacturing production and the federal consensus-orientated structure made reforms synonymous with the British orthodoxy unfeasible. Eventually, the short-lived common rhetoric of New Labour’s ‘Third Way’ and the Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschland’s (SPD’s) Neue Mitte (New Centre), brought forward by Tony Blair and Gerhard Schröder in July 1999, marked the beginning of (Anglo-Saxon) neoliberal modernization in Germany (Lees 2001: 160–1).

To a large extent, however, the Länder also reflect cultural boundaries which are influenced in their character and distinctiveness by political administrative and economic regions, and vice versa. A key difference in this regard is the distinctively regional German culture which contrasts with a predominantly national, English (though perhaps not British) culture and identity. In some cases, deflections from the ‘rule’ that German political administrative and cultural boundaries coincide have been harmonized by adjusting political and cultural boundaries.

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