September 21, 2012

Will Cameron Listen to the New Tories?

Simon Heffer, New Statesman

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Britain is in an economic crisis the like of which has not been seen since the 1930s. It was not of the Conservative Party's making, but a Conservative chancellor, hemmed in by Liberal Democrats, has made it worse than it needed to be. Only a fundamental change of direction in our economy and in the ground rules for our society can provide the change of direction essential for us to flourish.

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