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- Forget Super Thursday, the Bank of England can only offer Mildly Useful Thursday
- Ignore the mudslinging – Corbyn would be a sound option for Labour
- Budget 2015: cuts to make Daily Mail readers wince, but not just yet
- David Cameron’s red light zone is closer to home than he thinks
- How to shape economic policy when we move beyond GDP
Monthly Archives: September 2014
George Osborne performed his main role at conference: to produce some good news to deflect attention from defection and deviance. Abolishing death taxes while targeting tax avoiders sounds good and the Tory faithful loved it. And this is good news … Continue reading