. Portugal has become the latest bailed-out eurozone country to receive a clean bill of health from the European Commission after its budget deficit
fell to 2% of GDP last year. ...
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Monday 22nd of May 2017 11:27:55 AM
.... That gamble is necessary because Labour’s tax increases only cover day-to-day spending and not investment in public infrastructure of £25bn a year. Labour believes that the failure of the Conservatives to get the budget deficit
down despite year after year of austerity has made it possible to make the case for a different approach under which McDonnell would take advantage of low interest rates to borrow to invest. ...
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Tuesday 16th of May 2017 12:47:25 PM