The new Chancellor was a good deal younger than his predecessor. He had a relaxed, almost off-hand manner, as if he never took anything very seriously, but was invariably well-informed and always considered deeply how he should run his risks. He was at home in economic problems and took an intellectual interest in them, relying much less than Selwyn Lloyd on his advisers.
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