It just feels as if the PM & co can’t be bothered. There is an opening for labour to step in & pick up the pieces but they are too busy shredding each other. Who is running the country?
by Martin Odoni
I do understand that Chancellors of the Exchequer feel the need to exude calm confidence. However the inevitable slump of the pound in the aftermath of the Brexit vote has brought a response from the present incumbent at 11 Downing Street so relaxed you could almost pour him into his suit.
George ‘Gideon’ Osborne, for whom I have of course always had the deepest respect, except when I am asleep (oh yes – or when I am awake), said this morning, with no apparent trace of irony, that the UK is “in a position of strength”. While admitting the painfully obvious point that adjustments would need to be made to the British economy, post-withdrawal from the European Union, he then said, quite maddeningly, that it could wait until after David Cameron has been succeeded as Prime Minister. Osborne could hardly have sounded more like a…
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