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The UK has a poor track record for getting infrastructure built. By only taking up Labour's suggestion of an infrastructure body now, Osborne has delayed reform further.
Are younger generations really more liberal?
Those early days - with the promise of being the greenest government ever - feel very far away indeed.
In a Miliband-esque flourish, the business secretary declared: "Free enterprise is not a free-for-all".
What will linger is the suspicion that Jeremy Corbyn's opponents are Conservative sleeper agents.
There's a battle brewing for the future of the NHS - and the treatment of junior doctors is just the tip of the iceberg.
David Cameron must unlock the spirit of his postwar predecessors to get the housing market back on track.
Labour MP Frank Field offers the Chancellor a partial escape route.
There's no such thing as the free market - it's a delusion of left and right, argues Bryn Phillips.
Authenticity is Jeremy Corbyn's best asset, but he has to build on it.
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