History shows us that during periods of crisis the Conservative party has a tendency to look for leadership from the nearest suitable nonentity. Whether Theresa May can avoid future historians recording her as another manifestation of this unfortunate trend is doubtful, says Nick Turner.
A race is on. In one lane is the Trump Train driven by sound economics, but volatile leadership. In the other is the languishing economic fall-out from the Great Recession. The first train over the line will define the Trump presidency, says Nick Turner.
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