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David Blanchflower is economics editor of the New Statesman and professor of economics at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire
There is a better-than-even chance that the growth figures will be revised down.
The continued collapse of consumer confidence will bring a gaggle of U-turns from the coalition.
“This quarter is bound to be better.” How does he know?
Monetary policy cannot be conducted looking through the rear-view mirror.
Plan A failed and Mervyn King can't deliver on plan B.
Double dip looks highly likely now.
Ed Balls is the last person George "Slasher" Osborne wanted to shadow him.
The coalition may claim to be committed to front-line services and public-sector jobs, but the econo
Public discontent with the draconian economic changes the Conservatives are introducing is rising .
In his New Year message, the Prime Minister claimed to have all the answers. He clearly doesn’t.