May’s revolutionary conservatism

May’s revolutionary conservatism
 

MAINSTREAM politicos in Britain have long held these truths to be self evident. The left won the social battles of the past decades. The right won the economic ones. The resulting consensus combines free-market liberalism with broadly permissive cultural instincts. But on October 5th Theresa May strode up to the podium at the Conservative Party conference, awkwardly waved at the crowd, cleared her throat and unceremoniously drove a bulldozer through those assumptions.
Mrs May began with a short tribute to David Cameron. Her predecessor had presided over rising employment, improving schools... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 56
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