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This article started me thinking.
Of course, the UK was effectively broke after WWII, and the US had insisted on the dismantling of the British Empire as a pre-requisite to US intervention in WWII. Close review of history shows us that Churchill was decisive and took enormous risks. Post WWII, the UK had a left-wing government and the decay started.
The UK has had many brilliant inventions but has frequently been poor on commercial innovation.
Given the omni-smables of three plus years of David Cameron‘s leadership, any thoughts on a proper trajectory of reform for the UK?