By Ben Cooper2017-04-19T12:14:00
A few short days before she moved into No. 10 last summer, Theresa May set out her vision for the Britain she hoped to lead. The UK, she said, needed a “proper industrial strategy” to stimulate jobs and growth and - in the subtext - keep big business here in ...
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