George Osborne and his ministers once mocked the opposition for the goal they now boast of achieving.
The Nobel economist is scathing in his criticism of the two Eds.
There is an alternative to ever-greater austerity for the majority.
The New-Labour, me-too approach on cuts is a political and economic dead end.
Not only has growth stalled and austerity failed but the Tories can't even win the economic argument.
The real issue for Britain is our long-term competitiveness.
The Telegraph blogger's response to my ebook on austerity is interesting but ill-informed.
The key currency for the Autumn Statement will again be confidence.
But low gilt yields aren't a vote of confidence in the UK economy.