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Bank of England 'should be able to freeze house prices for five years'

The Bank of England should ... for at least five years, the think tank proposed. This would impact home buyers ability to afford ever increasing prices and allow wages to catch up - reducing the near ... read more

Can we avoid Credit Crunch 2?

The crunch is still showing its effects, with the take up of business loans from banks still shrinking at more than 3% a year, according to Bank of England ... years, are often seeking to reduce finan... read more

The Rise of Decline

One problem is that house prices ... you think they should be broken up by, wait for it...the Government! No, they should have simply been allowed to fail. But as an aside, there is a distinction betw... read more

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UK factories plan to ramp up investment - EEF

LONDON, Dec 4 (Reuters) - British factories intend to increase investment at the strongest pace in four years, adding to signs that manufacturing ... a good omen for Bank of England officials who expe... read more

Infrastructure deficit puts us on a road to nowhere

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Africa: Pambazuka News 234: Alternatives to Neo-liberalism

The African Peoples Forum ... People and organisations should pull together across clusters and sectors in developing economic alternatives. There is a need to strengthen and consolidate alternative n... read more

Brexit Watch: At-a-glance day-by-day summer briefing

Also in the news: PM Theresa May has said Britain's exit from the EU will open up new markets and opportunities around the world for British businesses. She said she was determined to "make the most o... read more

Why the Bailout Bill Failed

House leaders, meanwhile, did support the bill and did whip it. But this wasn't a party-loyalty vote; lawmakers were asked to vote yes, but they weren't threatened. They (probably) weren't bribed. Add ... read more

Peak Sugar - Entropy Will Not Be Mocked

It is really starting to look like we are getting to the end of a lot of things at the same time, as we switch from the most depleted to others, making the depletion of these catch up extra ... This l... read more

Tax overhaul could be ticket to success

This is a 32 per cent increase over four years and growth ... while increasing house prices and doing nothing to increase the supply of housing. There are plenty of political perils in tax reform but ... read more

Lessons for the Liberty Movement

We should think back to when we first encountered the philosophy ... Signs of disorder are easily attributed to nongovernmental sources. [Rising prices associated with inflation are easily blamed on t... read more

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