Phillip Blond’s provocative demand for a ‘red tory moment’ in the latest edition of Prospect has continued to make waves over the last week.
At the Observer’s Food Monthly blog, Alex Renton applies Blond’s critique of corporate monopolies to the farming sector, and asks “Is Britain running out of food?”
Beliefnet’s ‘Crunchy Conservative’ Rod Dreher also quotes us at length, and recommends that “[i]f you read nothing else today, make it Blond’s essay”.
Over at the Spectator, Alex Massie is more sceptical of Blond’s anti-Thatcherite…
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