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Looking at the graph around the time of the banking crisis the debt levels have increased, before that it was between 30-40% over he last few years its shot up double the rate since the coalition took power, if most of the welfare has the same in term of proportion to national income there has to be another reason behind this hat we are not being told about.

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I'm beginning to feel the debt to GDP ratio is a very meaningless statistic, although it's one pushed by economists.

The accumulation of debt I think is more meaningful especially with how quickly it is doubling.

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