The Party Chairman responsible for fund-raising is playing for higher stakes than he may appreciate.
David Skelton catalogues the snobbish abuse heaped by progressive intellectuals on workers in neglected towns.
Conservative messaging implies an implicit belief that there are no major state functions ripe for reform in any fiscal repair.
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As for “a limited period”, well, we shall see: as Milton Friedman used to say, nothing is so permanent as a temporary Government programme.
Their manifesto doesn’t provide any costings for their most expensive plans. The IFS says their tax pledge is not believable. But will they get away with it?
“This programme, which is appearing to value none of the contribution that business makes, will simply shut investment out of our country.”
It is capitalising on voters who weren’t born in the era of state monopolies having no idea how much worse these companies were under Corbyn’s dinosaur model.
Strikes are causing misery for train passengers. But don’t expect condemnation from Corbynista MPs – they are funded by the RMT.
It was darkly funny to see Labour MPs claiming that nationalisation could fix signals failures when track infrastructure is owned and controlled by the state.
A key reason why the line was unprofitable is that Network Rail failed to deliver improved infrastructure – and it’s already in public hands.
The injection of the truth that it would mean politicians in charge of services is enough to make most people see sense.