It’s time for a politics about real choices

It’s time for a politics about real choices

The ‘something for everyone’ approach doesn’t work any more

The legacy from the political failure that led to the banking collapse is a widespread pre-disposition to cynicism. In the long term, it may be more damaging than the debt burden. The reaction to the Spring Economic Statement typifies that cynicism. Whatever it is we want, we want it now and don’t confuse us with the facts.

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