Sean Gabb has begun writing a weekly digest on contemporary British politics from a libertarian perspective for Mises UK. Because their readership is mostly American, the first instalment is an introduction to the current state of politics in the UK for Americans and other foreign readers. Looking forward to following this series as it develops.
“David Cameron became prime minister in 2010 at the head of a Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition. The Conservatives had won more seats than any other party in the House of Commons, but fallen short of an overall majority. Whether he governed the country well during the next five years is beside the point. What matters is that he governed effectively within the assumptions of British politics…”
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