Features a good quick history lesson on who the factions really were.
In a speech at Mansion House, he will say: “Capitalism’s greatest danger [has always been] a tendency for the rule makers and moneymakers to get too close. And we saw the consequences of that closeness play out in the most dramatic fashion right here, in the City, just three years ago. It was a political failure, a regulatory failure, and a market failure too.”
"Hundreds of firms join Deputy PM's campaign to end 'it's who you know' advantage in jobs market"
Caron has rumbled my sneaky approach to communicating with the party leader.
Perceptive, as ever, here's Neil's guide to the possible incumbent narrative of 2012.
"Chris Huhne, the Liberal Democrat cabinet minister, has urged David Cameron to stand up to Conservative Eurosceptics to prevent Britain sleepwalking towards the exit door of the European Union."
"'The Coalition will never be the same again,' one Liberal Democrat minister concluded at the end of a turbulent week in which the two governing parties' fundamentally different views on Europe were suddenly exposed to the daylight."
The UK's export problems neatly explained
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