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- RT @Frances_Coppola: RT @RenegadeEcon: Westminster vows never to allow vote on anything that matters ever again thedailymash.co.uk/politics/polit… 1 hour ago
- RT @ThePoke: Geology joke. thepoke.co.uk/2014/09/21/geo… http://t.co/g5M9C58to1 3 hours ago
- RT @TMFHousel: The average American now retires at age 62. One hundred years ago, the average American died at age 51. Have a great week. 3 hours ago
- RT @Judy_Dempsey: A buffer zone in eastern Ukraine perpetuates Russia’s influence there and IN Ukrainian politics. http:// http://t.co/SSh… 3 hours ago
- RT @ScillySergeant: Err! I've got a lost goldfish at the Police Station Found flipping about on Stn doorstep at 2am when I finished shift h… 3 hours ago
- RT @TheStaggers: Balls binds Labour to austerity with promise of no extra borrowing #lab14 bit.ly/1wFzXgK 3 hours ago
- @Gilesyb And their spending plans. 3 hours ago
- RT @Gilesyb: One advantage of plain packaging laws for cigarettes is that it gives politicians more space to sketch out their constitutiona… 3 hours ago
- RT @BenChu_: House price to earnings ratio is now above 14 times in London according to @ONS (12 times in England): http://t.co/ULCL1xcqjl 3 hours ago
- RT @lordbonkers: Liberal England: Rev comes to Market Bosworth bit.ly/XI6O85 3 hours ago
- RT @johnb78: Interesting, given that rugby players & Cymraeg speakers were historically almost entirely separate: wru.co.uk/eng/news/31289… v/… 3 hours ago
- The 2015 Dilemma (Revised Edition)
- Pirate Day joke
- Nine thoughts on the referendum result
- Breaking up the UK – everyone’s a loser
- The brutal maths of public spending
- Who saw the crash coming?
- Are we really about to split up our country?
- The Old Rectory Syndrome
- Can UKIP scale up?
- The spirit of the age
- Why is the gender pay gap higher for management jobs?
- The self-employment earnings timebomb
Category Archives: UK Economy
Before the 1930s, the period from the early 1870s to the early 1890s was known as the Great Depression. My A-level history teacher insisted that it still should be, arguing that, although the drop in GDP was less spectacular than … Continue reading
A remarkable piece over at A Fistful of Euros puts the Eurozone crisis and, by implication, our own economic woes, into the context of a generalised crisis facing all developed economies. Three things have caused this, says Edward Hugh, high levels … Continue reading