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Is the Mansion Tax the best policy on offer for city economies?

Two main criticisms are made of the de-centralisation argument. One that it still doesn’t provide any idea of the policies that a public authority would adopt – the policy choices still have to be made, whether at national or local … Continue reading

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Booming Britain

Economic recovery is now widely accepted as well underway. Turns out there was no double dip and growth has been better than expected so far this year. The week-end papers are full of stories of recovery in the services sector, … Continue reading

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Putting the genie to work

The genie is being readied for release. Hedge managers want the Bank of England to create some inflation. The incoming governor of the Bank is known to be sympathetic to a more active central bank stance, and the Chancellor will … Continue reading

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