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25 April 2012


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Ian Jenkins

"my view that we are enduring a weak recovery largely because of the UK Government's austerity programme"

On future growth, the Washington government and the IMF seem to be hoping for compelling advocacy from Europe for a more gradual approach to cutting eurozone budget deficits and a greater emphasis on economic growth - according to the blog of the BBC's Economics Editor, Stephanie Flanders. Other BBC notables Robert Peston and Paul Mason point out that for the moment most politicians in the UK are wedded to a conventional pro-globalisation stance, and whoever is the next president of France will be a prisoner of the global market; therefore if we want to break with austerity, we have to explain where the money to finance the continued social model is going to come from. .......

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