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Your essential weekend reader — 12 must-read articles you may have missed

It’s Saturday evening, so here are twelve thought-provoking articles to stimulate your thinking juices culled from the 50+ I’ve linked to from my Delcicious account this last week…

Groundhog year – Peter Kellner examines the polls to find how 12 months’ political turmoil has shifted popular opinion. The answer — not at all: ‘public reaction this year to Britain’s continuing economic troubles has been remarkably static. 2012 has been groundhog year.’

What next? Osborne needs a change of direction – Adam Posen, a former …

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  • User AvatarTechnicalEphemera 26th Mar - 7:08pm
    A grubby shambles and as such a fitting full stop for this obscenity of a government to end on. The fact that the Lib Dems...
  • User Avatarmalcolm blount 26th Mar - 7:05pm
    generally speaking productivity growth falls with increasing economic activity in a purely cyclical upturn cos the factors of production coming back on stream are of...
  • User AvatarTom Papworth 26th Mar - 7:00pm
    BTW Jack/George, the whole of chapter 6 is devoted to answering your point.
  • User AvatarTom Papworth 26th Mar - 6:58pm
    Jack and George, The point is that that spare capacity would be being used if it were possible to relocate demand from London to other...
  • User Avatartonyhill 26th Mar - 6:48pm
    I think the number of species cited must be wrong - an ecosystem in an area like this would have many more than 80 species.
  • User Avatarmalcolm blount 26th Mar - 6:47pm
    a good tax avoids distorting economic activity--more easily said than done--& the incidence of taxation (who actually bears it) is not always obvious eg stamp...
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