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9 June 2010

Why public sector cuts are not inevitable

Editorial: The Tories claim that massive cuts are necessary because of New Labour's excessive public spending on services and welfare. This is a giant con trick, which every capitalist party - including New Labour - is colluding in. Nothing could be further from the truth...

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23 September 2008

Their failure, their system: make capitalists pay

FAT-CAT bankers from Wall Street to the City of London are reeling from the white-knuckle ride of last week's financial crisis. Capitalism has taken an almighty battering, writes Elaine Brunskill.

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19 March 2008

Darling's 'more of the same' budget

Editorial: "The most wrenching since the end of the second world war" is how Alan Greenspan, ex-head of the US Federal Reserve, described the current crisis engulfing the US economy...

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