The Prospect Interview #183: Why Britain is condemned to be liberal
From Clement Attlee to Margaret Thatcher, several movers and shakers have entered government with plans to fundamentally change how the British economy is run. But have they ever truly succeeded? In this week’s podcast Tom Clark welcomes the Economist‘s Duncan Weldon, who argues that Britain’s “hands off” approach to the economy is so ingrained it’s influenced everyone, from the Treasury to trade unions.
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