Vince Cable MP, on Gordon Brown's "flawed approach to goverment": 

I call it "bureaucratic centralism". He has a belief in the secular equivalent of papal infallibility: a near-religious faith in the capacity of central government and its army of civil servants to improve our lives and never make mistakes. When Gordon Brown quotes the sage of Kirkcaldy, Adam Smith, Smith must be turning in his grave. Smith was Britain's – perhaps the world's – greatest economist who understood two centuries ago the perils of big government...

Indeed. Read the rest of Cable's Mail on Sunday article here [3]