Our future lords and masters
Shorter Howard Flight:
In the short term, Labour's Keynesian monetary and deficit policies, which I and my party opposed, have provided a necessary insurance policy and sustained the economy. However, the challenge for the next government is to get spending and tax revenues broadly back in line.
Therefore, the government should give more money to private companies to run schools and prisons and give tax breaks for people who have private healthcare. This would make it harder to get spending and tax revenues broadly back in line, but it is a fundamental issue of principle. The government should also cut public spending by £70 billion per year on government waste and cough, cough, mumble, mumble.