It may gradually slide down the road to a more neutralist position in the years ahead – to paraphrase William Hague “In NATO, but not run by NATO.”
Privatisation was the wave of the future during the 1990s. Great British Railways risks turning its back on progress.
The key is not just to get homes built, but to provide realistic pathways to ownership for middle- and working-class families.
Clue: for years, the Party has dismissed both the MP and the Association as slightly eccentric and atypical. But this approach could be replicated elsewhere.
In a hostile intellectual climate, he harnessed the free market to lay the foundations of modern Germany’s economic might.