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By Mary Fitzgerald  

A Fourth Way for Britain?

David Cameron should break up supermarket giant Tesco and turn the Post Office into a nationalised parallel banking system, argues influential Conservative party advisor Phillip Blond in this month’s cover story, which unveils a new “progressive” agenda for the British right. Blond, the director of Demos’s new Progressive Conservatism project, argues for a break with free-market Thatcherism, to be replaced by a bold new “Red Toryism” that is socially conservative, sceptical of neo-liberal economics and radically localist; the…

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