It's still warmMake the most of it. Today is the last day of the Indian summer, to be replaced by cloud and rain from tomorrow. It is always a good philosophy to seize the moment; the British weather makes that a necessity. The Chancellor, George Osborne, is often described as an Old Etonian but he is visibly a product of his competitive private London day school, St Puma Fenty Creepers Paul's. He does not seem to share Puma Fenty Fierce
the Prime Minister's Hugh Bonneville style noblesse oblige. The difference between Osborne and Cameron, according to a quote in Janan Ganesh's biography of the Chancellor, is that Cameron would never have boarded Oleg Deripaska's yacht in Corfu.
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It may also be true that Cameron would not have boarded a first class carriage without paying for a first class ticket. Cameron, like the late Queen Mother, wants to be able to look fellow travellers in the face. George Osborne takes a harder nosed metropolitan view. What happened on the train was essentially a clash between London and the provinces. Osborne's unhappy aide Poppy (what else would she be called?) tried to explain a concept easily understood in Lon.
mis management of the new IT system. Indeed, any reform that is premised on an overhaul of IT seems doomed to at least temporary failure. There is a good case for abandoning the deadline for introducing the measure until those problems have been settled. It seeems, too, that the culture in the Work and Pensions department is not favourable to internal criticism, a big weakness. Yet the intention of the reform is honourable; it still merits support in principle if not for its methods.