Posts Tagged ‘Economic crisis’

The crisis remains an investment crisis

by Michael Burke.

Prior to the recent G20 meeting leading international economic bodies such as the IMF and the OECD made tentative calls for increased investment, although this was often confused with increased spending. This is a belated or partial recognition of the real source of the crisis in the advanced industrialised countries. In terms of actual changes […]

Is Labour ready for another economic crisis?

by Phil Burton-Cartledge.

Ellie Mae O’Hagan writes that the Tories are politically prepared for another economic crisis, should one hit. Looking at the lack of profitable opportunities for capital presently, the ongoing investment strike, stock markets that went up and then came down, and the inflating credit bubble you’d be daft to rule one out with certainty over […]

Economic recovery failing working people

by Grahame Morris.

In 2010, the Tories promised to make work pay. Today, they are hailing the economic recovery, growth revised up and record numbers of people in employment. The economy is certainly working for those at the top. A top rate income tax cut has coincided with the return of bankers bonuses and above inflation increases in […]

Labour will inherit a crisis not a recovery

by Michael Burke.

For once it seems that the widespread reaction to a Budget was correct. Chancellors usually bury bad news in the detail of a Budget released long after their speech. However the dire electoral position of the Tories means that the main changes were announced with a flourish. The personal income tax rate threshold was raised […]

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