Chancellors of the exchequer typically assume an air of omniscience unbecoming in mere mortals. By doing so, they can assume their fiscal problems away. It was a strategy pursued with some considerable success by Gordon Brown before things went rather horribly wrong. Mr Osborne is in danger of following the same well-trodden path. Continue reading »
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