It is all a question of perspective! One could feel like Odysseus facing the choice between Scylla and Charybdis when reading the headlines today:
a) The prime minister pitches "Europe's Singapore" plan to business – wholescale de-regulation - a truly conservative approach focusing on market freedom; and
b) Sunak plans to raise corporation tax - possibly back up to 28%, as a way of trying to balance the books, as concern mounts that Britain's debt is unsustainable - a truly conservative approach focusing on fiscal prudence.
Or one could wryly imagine the socially-distanced conversation over the garden fence between the two Downing Street neighbours.
In the end, I suspect that there will be a bit of British compromise i.e. a little de-regulation and not too much of a tax hike.
"The chancellor is considering partially reversing cuts made by George Osborne when he was chancellor, under which corporation tax has fallen from 28 per cent to 9 per cent. " (The Times)