Bonefishblues wrote:That's the British way though.
Interesting times v-a-v the Tories seeing massive market intervention as the way to go. I wouldn't mind a bit of old-school toryism (as compared to what we've had, that is).
Yes, very interesting. I'm not a Boris fan and I think he has competence issues, but for a while now I have been saying that he is not the austerity driven beast that his two predecessors were, and he is not governed by a worship of market forces. He is actually capable of thinking more like an interventionist Labour PM, at least some of the time. Ideologically he is all over the place. Not necessarily good news if you doubt his competence, as I do, but interesting all the same.