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David Blanchflower

Bruce V. Rauner Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College, professor at the University of Stirling Management School and former member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee

David Blanchflower: George Osborne is set to make a sad state of

“We don’t export enough; we don’t train enough; we don’t save enough; we don’t invest enough; we don’t manufacture enough; we certainly don’t build enough; and far too much of the economic activity in our nation is concentrated here in the centre of London.” Presumably the Coalition Government must take some of the blame for that? Of course not; silly me for being so daft for thinking such a thing; all Gordon Brown’s doing, of course.

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