In many ways, it was the usual interview. Waffle, waffle to make it seem as if Nick Robinson was interrupting him - he wasn't. Suggesting the blame for his own decision not to go on Today for the last two years lay with the BBC. But more than that the "usual" telling us that this government has put "this" money in here and "that" money in there but at no point saying there is any sort of structured plan.
I then notice on my phone an article headed "Why mortgages are going to more expensive" and memories of the incoming Thatcher administration, raising interest rates to 17 per cent in 1979. flooded in.
This led to a country of those who thrived and those who only barely survived. Heaven help us as this PM is no administrator but believes, more than Thatcher ever did, that the markets must be left to sort things out having already set those markets up for failure.
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