James Forsyth James Forsyth

The key question

Clive Crook’s column in the FT is, unsurprisingly, well worth reading. He is relatively relaxed about the political state of play after this crisis, arguing that the overall argument about the role of the state and government intervention in the market will be “rhetorically adjusted” but “about where it was before the crisis”.

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