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Tag: inflation

Truss’ angry pathetic conservatism

By Russell Bruce The charges levied on energy bills which impact most on poorer and average households is getting...

Why is UK inflation the highest of G7 countries?

By Russell Bruce The headline graphic presents a picture of inflation in G7 countries at very different levels and...

The big myth of government deficits

By Russell Bruce "How will you pay for it is the wrong question" says Stephanie Kelton. "The question should...

GERS and Scotland’s energy future

By Russell Bruce Some have argued that the Scottish statistical unit (statistics.gov.scot) should simply stop producing GERS. That isn't...

Inflation predicted to rise to 4%

By Russell Bruce The Bank of England a few days ago predicted that inflation was expected to rise to...

Food, democracy and markets

by David Malone So far this year ordinary people in Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, Oman and Iran have taken to the streets.  In...

UK inflation: is there a point to the Government’s inflation target?

by Tom Paterson, Gold Made Simple News After today’s inflation report by the Bank of England we thought it would be worthwhile to explain...

2011 – Now for the Pain

by Tom Paterson   Why This Year Will Wake You Up     Let me take you back to the financial crisis of 2008 in...