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  1. Reality for Syriza as the limitations on sovereignty in the Eurozone bite

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    February 23, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    Well that didn’t take long, did it? As Alex Salmond and Scotland would have found out had they achieved independence …
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  2. Grexit could be the human solution

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    February 15, 2015 by Paul Goldsmith

    At the end of an outstanding article by Hamish McRae on whether it would really matter if Greece left the …
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  3. TTIP..the devil is most definitely in the detail

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    October 4, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a new free-market trade agreement between the US and the EU. At …
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  4. Balls says most of us are worse off than in 2010, the Tories’ response is simple yet probably effective

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    August 4, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    In a speech the other day Ed Balls decided to channel that famous leftie Ronald Reagan when he asked the …
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  5. Austerity 2 – you ain’t seen nothing yet

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    July 6, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    The UK has one of the largest budget deficits in the world. The amount that our government spending exceeds our …
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  6. All eyes on Seattle: A ‘proper’ minimum wage is set at last

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    June 9, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    After a two year campaign driven by low-paid fast-food workers that had galvanised the electorate, Seattle’s newly elected mayor, Ed …
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  7. The ECB set negative interest rates: What does this mean?

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    June 8, 2014 by Paul Goldsmith

    On Thursday the European Central Bank announced that it was setting their interest rate at -0.1%. This is not a …
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