Indecision. It currently seems to be the order of the day. One minute the UK’s new Government is planning to drop duty on the top rate tax threshold, the next moment, it’s not. Then it’s going to extend the electric vehicle grant by six months, despite initial plans to do the contrary. Meanwhile, the founder of Tesla cars – a.k.a. the world’s wealthiest man – announces that he is going to buy Twitter, then he says he’s not, and now he’s decided that he is going ahead again. All this indecision is not only confusing, but also not very helpful in making progress in what is currently a very tough and challenging post-pandemic world.