Monthly Archives: May 2015

Another important chapter in the austerity revolution

The UK election of May 7 was first and foremost a national referendum on austerity politics. And in the confinement of their voting booth, voters probably realized that the tough cost cutting of the Cameron government is very likely the more responsible way to deal with the challenges of the future than the tax-and spend-approach that Labour and others were advocating for. Continue reading

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