The chapters in this book demonstrate the scale of the changes that have occurred in Labour Party policy since the 1987 election. Some of these reforms are directly the result of the Policy Review whilst others have a much longer history. The reform of Labour Party policy raises a number of questions. First, how much has Labour policy changed? Has it changed more in some areas rather than others and to what extent is it a return to Labour Party policy of the 1960s and 1970s? Second, is there any coherence and ideological consistency in the post-review policy? Do these changes place Labour within a post-Thatcherite consensus? Third, what do these policy changes mean for a potential Labour Government and what will they mean in the light of a fourth Labour defeat? This chapter suggests some answers to these questions in light of the preceding analysis.