More floundering around from Gordon Brown.

I refer readers to Hayek. Hayek argued that the failure of central planning – of course we are not in a planned economy, but Brown is the great helmsman remember – would be perceived by the public as an absence of sufficient power by the state to implement an otherwise good idea. That perception would lead the public to pass more power to the state, and would assist the rise to power of someone perceived to be capable of “getting the job done”.

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