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Opinion: what Ed Miliband should put on his blank sheet of paper – part 1

Ed Miliband has invited Lib Dems to make suggestions for his 2015 manifesto. In doing so, he is treading a well-worn path: from Tony Blair, who borrowed Alan Beith’s proposal for an independent Bank of England and a chunk of our policy on constitutional reform, to David Cameron, who borrowed a lot of our policy on civil liberties.

Imitation is a form of flattery, but it isn’t always sincere. I believe Ed Miliband spoke from the heart in his campaign for the Labour leadership, when he said that he would like to make us extinct. I’ve no doubt he would like …

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  • User AvatarJoseph Bourke 2nd Apr - 3:15am
    Michael BG, aggregate demand has a precise definition and measurement https://www.investopedia.com/terms/a/aggregatedemand.asp "Aggregate demand is equal to GDP as the price level adjusts because the two...
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    There are some measures that could have been done from late-January or early-February: - Stockpiling test kits, PPE and ventilators (Britain failed massively). This should...
  • User AvatarMichael BG 2nd Apr - 2:09am
    Joe Bourke, Aggregate demand is total demand in the economy, I agree this demand can’t be measured unless it becomes a purchase; of course it...
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    "The UK Government has hinted that the next phase of its strategy in tackling the virus may include some contact tracing system" - oh man,...
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