Prime minister Theresa May’s approach to governance may be distancing the current government from a Thatcherite belief in the free market.
It is hardly controversial that when the UK’s new prime minister, Theresa May, stepped into the role, she delivered a bold message of “social justice”, promising to work hard “not for the privileged few but everyone”. It followed swiftly on the heels of the vision she delivered to reform business, in particular by getting “tough on irresponsible behaviour”.
Talking tough might sound good to an electorate that has lost trust in the business world, but putting this rhetoric into practice is n
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