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With the sun being out in such abundance on Saturday, a trip to Hyde Park was in order. Families were out enjoying picnics with the kids, people took trips out into the lake on paddle boats, and friends gathered together to enjoy the weather and each other’s company.
It was late afternoon, and I decided to [...]
John Redwood seems to argue that disaster for the global economy could have been averted if central banks had raised interest rates more slowly. That’s a big and quixotic claim.
You can argue as some on the right do that these departmental cuts are necessary, bearable or desirable, or all three. But it’s grossly misleading to imply that they’re trivial.
George Osborne will be happy with the IMF’s verdict on the UK, which is pretty supportive of his policy.
If the fifth day at the SWALEC Stadium was anything to go by, Chris Tremlett could well and truly have shaken off the gentle giant tag, walking away with figures of 4-40 following a potent combination of aggression and consistency, every batsman’s worst nightmare.
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The economists who object to George Osborne’s policy are both right and wrong. Annoying and perhaps inevitable as this is usually the case in matters of practical economics. I appreciate it requires explanation.
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