Why the British have fallen under the spell of Australian policy – Financial Times

Director of the British Foreign Policy Group, Sophia Gaston, wrote for the Financial Times exploring why the British government has fallen under the spell of Australian policy-making. Sophia points out that the strength of the Australian brand in the UK allows the British government for flexibility, and ‘forgives all manner of policy detail,’ and that what is most seductive to the government and the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is the optimistic tone of the Australian brand.

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