Radical conservatism, bean-counting and dealing with defaultby Prospect Team / October 11, 2013 / Leave a comment
The Royal Mail sell-off is not simply about bean-counting (Guardian)
Don’t be fooled by the language of bookeeping, behind it lies an ambitious project to unleash market forces, says Ha-Joon Chang.
Forget Blairite v Brownite. We’ve moved on (The Times, £)
The fault line of the Labour party lies between those who defend the status quo in the public sector, and those who want to tear it up, says Phil Collins.
Look, David Cameron – when capitalism’s done properly it’s wildly popular (Daily Telegraph)
The socialist devil seems to have the best tunes, but radical conservativism, where applied, works best of all, writes Fraser Nelson.