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Economics Round-Up Summer 2017

Economics Round-Up Summer 2017

Richard Marshall September 4, 2017 0

With parliament almost ready to return to Westminster after its summer brake, and many things having changed, or not as the case may be over the course of the last few months, now seems

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The Depressing Truth about Health Inequality in England‏

The Depressing Truth about Health Inequality in England‏

Alex MacDonald March 10, 2015 1

According to a new report from the ONS on health inequality there is a 9 year life expectancy deficit between men in the wealthiest parts of England and their contemporaries at the bottom of

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Britain is becoming a more equal society

Britain is becoming a more equal society

Backbencher October 5, 2013 0

Despite what Ed Miliband’s campaign team may be saying, figures released this week showed that the UK is now a more equal society than at any point in the last 25 years. Whilst this

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Poverty in a first world economy

Backbencher April 5, 2013 0

Paul Parkinson takes an analytical look at the topical subject of where the thorny issues of welfare benefits, poverty and income incentives overlap. The definition of “being at risk of being in poverty”, recognised

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Dare They Ditch Their Deficit Denier?

Dare They Ditch Their Deficit Denier?

Michael St George October 29, 2012 2

To all but the most committed Brownite tribalists in Labour’s ranks, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls must rapidly be becoming an embarrassment. Still adamant for the most part that there was little fundamentally wrong with

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