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- My recommended reading for today December 12, 2013
- GF 12th Dec - 7:41pm
I'm afraid this post misses the elephant in the room which is that TOTAL DEBT is what matters - not just the amount of government...
- Paul Pettinger 12th Dec - 7:29pm
Joe Otten wrote: “And for what it’s worth, I do think the evidence (Germany versus Greece) is that countries that countries that show restraint in...
- Paul Pettinger 12th Dec - 7:23pm
If you think the country's economic problems are primarily because the state got too big stand with Osborne and Alexander. If you think the state...
- MBoy 12th Dec - 7:22pm
Joe - the point you are trying to make might be worth debating if it was remotely correct, but it isn't. Most people are aware...
- Tubby Isaacs 12th Dec - 7:05pm
Simon Wren Lewis, unimpressed with Lib Dem policy on deficits. http://mainlymacro.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/bringing-economics-back-into-fiscal.html " Let’s take the example of the coalition partners in the current UK government:...
- Ruth Bright 12th Dec - 6:58pm
Very much agree about vascular dementia. People with vascular dementia sometimes receive poorer follow-up from health services because the range of drugs for Alzheimer's are...