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The chancellor will bank on the prime minister eventually facing up to economic reality
Reliance on popular appeal to woo voters is reminiscent of a US presidential contest
Theresa May seeks to forge a far more obedient parliamentary Conservative party
Divisions over Europe are said to go right to the top of the party
We now have something resembling a unified tax philosophy, writes Paul Goodman
If there are shock and awe tax cuts, there must be shock and awe tax rises too, writes Paul Goodman