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Updated: Youtube video of Chancellor's speech added to page Autumn Statement 2013: Chancellor’s statement Mr Speaker, Britain’s economic plan is working. But the job is not done. We need to secure the economy for the long term. And...
Our third and final headlines post features that latest from the U.S. and Europe, with the emphasis on the continuing deconstruction of Greece. We start here in the Golden State with Salon: California Wal-Mart workers strike today, following stunning...
US economy has now recovered all 8.7m jobs lost during recession Osborne agrees with IMF that UK must be alert to housing debt European stocks head for six-year highs Bond yields in Italy, Spain and Ireland fall to fresh record lows 2.48pm BST ...
Villain of the Week [Graphic above produced by Japlandic.com, contact here] Former HSBC boss Michael Geoghegan was named on numerous occasions in a US Senate report on activities of the global bank HSBC which has been found to have lax controls to...
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Tag: Nationalisation One of the classic techniques of government spin-doctoring is to brief the press prior to a bad news announcement to the effect that the announcement is actually good news. Today ...
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In a somewhat haphazard style, the government this week announced more details of its reform of the water sector. Unfortunately, the plans are about as well-crafted as the announcements. People focuse...