I wasn’t actually accused of being a Tory, but not far off.
An evening spent with friends talking about politics, with me squatting like an ugly old toad to the right of the debate, feeling distinctly unbalanced and very frustrated.
It started off with my saying there were things in the Tory manifesto I could not disagree with, like no more triple lock on pensions, and no more universal free school meals. It went on to include arguments about alternatives to capitalism where it seemed to be suggested that the concept of a limited budget was fallacious and unnecessary, and slipped into…
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