李立勇正版通天报63期

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The extremes of both Labour and the Tories guarantee their own irrelevance

Our two main parties have, in some respects, never been further apart than they are as 2018 draws to a chaotic and bewildering end. The days of Butskellism – when the economic policies of both Labour and Conservatives were so closely aligned that observers named the consensus after the Conservative Chancellor, Rab Butler, and his shadow, Hugh Gaitskell – feel so long ago that conspiracy theorists will probably start disputing their existence any day now.

The extremes in both parties have always existed and at various points have exercised influence, to one degree or another, over their respective leaderships. On Labour’s...

The extremes of both Labour and the Tories guarantee their own irrelevance

Our two main parties have, in some respects, never been further apart than they are as 2018 draws to a chaotic and bewildering end. The days of Butskellism – when the economic policies of both Labour and Conservatives were so closely aligned that observers named the consensus after the Conservative Chancellor, Rab Butler, and his shadow, Hugh Gaitskell – feel so long ago that conspiracy theorists will probably start disputing their existence any day now.

The extremes in both parties have always existed and at various points have exercised influence, to one degree or another, over their respective leaderships. On Labour’s...

The extremes of both Labour and the Tories guarantee their own irrelevance

Our two main parties have, in some respects, never been further apart than they are as 2018 draws to a chaotic and bewildering end. The days of Butskellism – when the economic policies of both Labour and Conservatives were so closely aligned that observers named the consensus after the Conservative Chancellor, Rab Butler, and his shadow, Hugh Gaitskell – feel so long ago that conspiracy theorists will probably start disputing their existence any day now.

The extremes in both parties have always existed and at various points have exercised influence, to one degree or another, over their respective leaderships. On Labour’s...

The extremes of both Labour and the Tories guarantee their own irrelevance

Our two main parties have, in some respects, never been further apart than they are as 2018 draws to a chaotic and bewildering end. The days of Butskellism – when the economic policies of both Labour and Conservatives were so closely aligned that observers named the consensus after the Conservative Chancellor, Rab Butler, and his shadow, Hugh Gaitskell – feel so long ago that conspiracy theorists will probably start disputing their existence any day now.

The extremes in both parties have always existed and at various points have exercised influence, to one degree or another, over their respective leaderships. On Labour’s...