George Osborne and his cronies in the coalition spent last week patting themselves on the back for what they apparently considered a feat of economic management: a meagre 0.3% growth, meaning the economy is still smaller than it was before the recession hit in 2008. Meanwhile, people are working longer, often in multiple jobs, for less pay. Recovery? Recovery for who.
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