Alternatives

These cuts are not necessary, and in fact are proving harmful to the economy, and failing in their stated aim of reducing the deficit.

We are writing a series of posts exploring why cuts won’t work, and what the alternatives are.
You can view these posts here

False Economy has compiled a collection of alternatives to the cuts Here which explore more ideas and have contributions from nobel prize winning economists.

Scrap Trident Nuclear Weapons

55 responses to “Alternatives

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  34. Anonymous

    ” Osbornes budget statement ” Bores response “Cut and I will follow”
    Suprsing how his name is’nt mentioned on the leflet; When he is a demcratocly elected leader chosing to follow Osborne without any signifcant resistance Not even a question.
    Osborne might be the one selling the pain but Labour are the ones who are dishing it out.

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