1. An Industrial Strategy is Hard to Achieve. But at Least Laissez-Faire is Over

    An Industrial Strategy is Hard to Achieve. But at Least Laissez-Faire is Over

    he message is clear. Gone are the days of laissez-faire, when Conservative industry secretaries thought it was their job to get out the way and allow free rein to market forces. Sajid Javid, an adherent to that philosophy, was shown the door in May’s reshuffle after an undistinguished year in the job. Clark’s rebadged department is a tacit admission that the rebalancing of the economy promised by George Osborne when he became chancellor six years ....

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