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Robert Reich: The Root Of Economic Anger And Fragility? Declining Wages

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Not read your link [ about to] odds on this is THE ROOT that got us in this debt induced deflationary spiral.

From fat public sector to sink estates where people speak in "grunts" because the curiosity and experiences are

stolen for a giro.

Globalization was the CONduit.

I 've always wondered why ecoworrior types always protested at G20 etc, I'm sure it was'nt the wage angle.

Bout time white van driver put the carling down...

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Very interesting article. To some extent the same is happening here, with a squeeze on middle income earners and very large disproportionate salaries in the city of London. We also have the added 'Brown' factor that public sector wages have overtaken private sector incomes and that far too high % of the economy is funded by taxpayers.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
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