The Labour Party yesterday set out its plans for government in case of a snap autumn election, as leader Tony Blair launched his party's mini-manifesto New Labour, New Life for Britain. The move came just two days after the Conservatives attacked the party under the slogan 'New Labour, New Danger'. The belief is growing in political circles that John Major, who has a majority of just one, may not be able to stay in power until May, the last date possible for an election. Labour's 40-page document opened with a pledge from Mr Blair. 'The Labour Party has changed. Now we are seeking the trust of the people to change Britain.' He promised policies to modernise the economy, rebuild society as one nation, renew the country's politics and provide leadership in the world. Mr Blair said: 'When the general election comes, I want people to know who we are, what we stand for, what kind of government we will be.' A series of measures to get people off welfare and into work included a restatement of the party's pledge to impose a one-off windfall levy on the excess profits of the privatised utilities to pay for a carefully costed package to tackle youth and long-term unemployment.