You may well have already gathered from my topics chosen on the blog that economics doesn't interest me all that much, but at the moment the papers are full of little else
It is interesting that there appears to be a good deal of consensus, and I have very great doubts as to whether this or any other government will sell on their interests in the banks in future.
Monetarism is clearly heaving its last gasp along with the myth of the unfettered free market, and am sure that Keynes is having a chuckle wherever he is.....
Cameron may still be elected but unless they make a major U-turn, it is hardly going to be under policies recognisable as Tory in recent years. I really don't think he is up to it and hope that somehow, this will be accepted. If we are going to have more social-democratic policies and economic interventionism and regulation, then i would rather it was done by Labour.