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Big question: Who should be our next Chancellor?

A panel of contributors offer their views

By Prospect Team  

George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer. Who will be his successor? ©Stefan Wermuth/PA Wire/Press Association Images

In the two weeks since Britain voted to “Leave” the European Union, British politics has been more tumultuous than at any time in the recent past. David Cameron has resigned—and the race to succeed him as both leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister is well underway. Indeed, last week we ran a panel on who should replace him.


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