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Against pragmatism: the undermining of Jeremy Corbyn

This weekend, something important happened.  As a Labour Party member, I received an email from the party leader asking for my views on whether the UK should join in the bombing of ISIL in Syria.   884 more words

UK Politics

Aggregate Demand and Spending Decision

Aggregate demand is the total amount that consumers, businesses, government, and foreigners are willing to spend on all goods and services in the economy. Changes in aggregate demand occur when any or all of these groups expand or cut back their spending plans. 179 more words

Who governs local economies?

Cities like Sheffield need more skilled jobs, but delivering them has to be both a national and a local priority

Tom Hunt, Policy Research Officer, SPERI… 849 more words


on American poverty

In his book on the American South, Theroux is very critical of the Clinton foundation. Bill Clinton is from Arkansas. Yet seems to have done very little as a philanthropist to help his home State. 349 more words