Jigsaw-puzzle economics to keep the public at bay

Jigsaw-puzzle economics to keep the public at bay

Much of the austerity agenda of the current UK government is driven by the National Debt, but when you look at who we, as a country, owe money to, it’s a convoluted situation like a jumbled up jigsaw puzzle, no doubt deliberately so.

When a situation is complicated, MPs think that we require them to manage it for us so it’s in their interests to make the financial status of the country as muddy as possible.

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Protesting against a rigged system won’t work

Protesting against a rigged system won’t work

It’s estimated that over 250,000 people marched against the Conservative government’s austerity programme last weekend. That’s a lot of people with genuine dissatisfaction against the result of the 2015 general election but the Conservative’s maintain they have a mandate from the electorate to push forward with their manifesto.

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