James Forsyth James Forsyth

Who will be the change?

There is an argument that British politics since 1994 is a historical freak, a product of a period of ever-increasing prosperity which allowed politicians to avoid the hard choices that typically define politics. As Charles Moore puts it in today’s Telegraph,

“our two main parties have both been caught facing the wrong way.

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