Promising a “good life to all” under more Tory rule, David Cameron presented his party’s offer to voters in Swindon, an unglamorous, true-blue, commuter town, on April 14th. Where, until recently, he sought to scare voters with a vision of economic apocalypse under Labour, he now promised sunshine and gravy—mainly in the form of three giveaways http://econ.st/1aOZ7nx
A PREEMINENT—and crushingly dull—feature of this peculiar election campaign has been the failure of both main parties to invade each other’s territory. The...
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