Improvisation puts the UK’s fate in doubt

The longer-term consequences for the United Kingdom and its economy have not been thought through.

David Cameron has made a political career out of improvisation. A talent for thinking fast and speaking smoothly appears to have convinced him that improvisation is an enduring, effective substitute for well-deliberated strategy. It is not.

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