The hypocrisy of billionaire bashing

11 Mar

We all know there’s a useful rule to follow when we think we have solved a problem in maths: does the answer look roughly right? Does it have a ball-park common-sense robustness about it? If it looks screwy — I owe how much to HMRC? — it’s often worth searching for a misplaced zero. But […]

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Ten ways the Tories can retain the ‘Red Wall’

11 Mar

The liberal consensus has been broken. A new group of voters, who have not been well-served by liberal policy approaches, are now a crucial part of the Conservative electorate. There is no Conservative majority without them. But will the party will adjust its offer accordingly? Or will it pretend that their new voters were inexplicably […]

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