Tag Archives: credit crunch

Devaluation – not such an easy option for most of us.

Readers of this site will know that I expect the squeeze on people’s incomes to intensify this autumn and winter. The government has decided that it is not going to make any of the adjustment in the public sector by reducing its spending – on the contrary it is boosting it in the most irresponsible […]

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The lies about the EU economy and the Credit Crunch

Today we will learn whether the Euroland economy is already in decline, or whether its growth has merely slowed to a standstill. The briefing in advance of the figures implies we are being readied for bad news. Over the last year we have heard a great deal from the Uk government and from the supine […]

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