Quantitative Easing, or “How will you pay for it?’

Parliament Notes QE, or printing money, is capitalism’s cunning plan to overcome economic and financial crises.   In the massive economic crisis of the 1930s, the US state financed public works with money it hadn’t ‘earned’ from taxes.  The economies of the US and Europe have practised it since to avoid the worst disasters of the 2007/8 financial … Continue reading Quantitative Easing, or “How will you pay for it?’

National Debt is an Irrelevant Statistic – Editorial

National Debt is an Irrelevant Statistic - Editorial The unifying framework of Sunak’s budget is that the size of the national debt is a critical concern.  Hence, he has done the minimum possible to get the country through the next 6 months while sending a clear signal that there will be a return to austerity and increased unemployment … Continue reading National Debt is an Irrelevant Statistic – Editorial