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Maggie May

25 April 2017 By George Hay

The 1980s Conservative prime minister did unpopular things in the name of market forces, and wound up a middle-England hero. By pledging to cap fuel prices, her 2017 successor is being unashamedly interventionist. It’s hard to square with May’s vision of a “truly global Britain”.

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