It is rare that I out much weight on anything Janan Ganesh writes in the FT. His very obvious support for just about everything George Osborne says does not put us on a common wavelength but this headline from today's FT drew my attention:
Cameron has surrendered to his party's vote-repelling right wing
Even the anti-austerity, anti-nuclear, anti-fracking Greens are seen as nearer the centre
The first sentence is pretty much agreed, by common consent. The second is the interesting one. It says a ot about Ganesh that he thinks being anti-austerity, nuclear and fracking extreme. It says a great deal more that he has to be reminded that a lot of people disagree.