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Britain's Austerity: 4 Lessons For Washington

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For me the end of the article that says recognises Cameron is risking losing power by implementing the budget cuts he thinks are right... is the most interessting.

I was thinking if only Labour had taken a similarly enlightened approach rather than making staying in power their driving force.... for instance when we toyed with recession in 2005 if they had not loosened things then we wouldn't be in the muck as we now are... I do believe they were genuinely frightened of an economic downturn on their watch and tried to do everything they could to prevent it... even if it was bad longer term for the country.

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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?

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