During past political elections there have been times when sections of the great British electorate have said one thing publicly, while voting completely differently in the privacy of the polling booth, writes David Aird, managing director (UK client group) at Investec Asset Management.
Waxing lyrical about their social conscience and left-of-centre views over the dinner party table, while privately ticking the ballot paper next to the party with the lowest personal tax regime. My...
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