Recessions compared: how does Britain’s GDP compare to every recession since 1930? | News | guardian.co.uk

Here is an updated graph on UK growth from Socialist Economic Bulletin (3/7/2013)

Recessions compared: how does Britain’s GDP compare to every recession since 1930? | News | guardian.co.uk.

Just look at this graph – as we’ve pointed out in In Place of Growth, and elsewhere, the motor of growth, at least here appears to be pretty fatally broken.  Time to find another way – ecological prosperity without growth.

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