Tag Archives: Plan B

There they go again – growth, airport. GM budget. SSM’s initial response. (now with an update – 20 March, 2013)

The first Greater Manchester budget has just appeared.  We need some time to digest it, but having seen the MEN reports (here) and (here) this is yet more orthodox thinking – a mixture of wishful thinking and denial. Here is … Continue reading

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The recession and the options for leaving it.

It has become commonplace to criticise the present government’s austerity programme as a Plan A with no Plan B. But we have to question whether a conventional Plan B is feasible. Instead a Steady State approach means a Plan C … Continue reading

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