Monthly Archives: July 2012

Plan B or Not Plan B

This week’s blog looks at the current fiscal situation for the UK government and asks whether it is now time for plan B and if so, what it should look like. As the IMF have reported, the UK’s economic recovery … Continue reading

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It’s Only Just Begun

This week’s blog looks at the implications from the UK government’s Office for Budgetary Responsibility (OBR) report on the fiscal outlook for the UK into the late  2050s. In particular, we look at the choices government will be forced to … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Enterprising Minds

This week’s blog is a guest feature from the Carnegie UK Trust. It focuses on their recently published report, Enterprising Minds. Young people are being affected disproportionately by the economic crisis, but will be the engine of our economic future. … Continue reading

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