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RJMaybe re fear. Although I think many in Govt just don't understandBut now Govt debt increases is becoming critically important. The question that should be asked is1 Can a monetary sovereign Govt like the UK spend what they want in excess of any tax take. The answer is yes.2 Should they. The answer ...

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Fran GriffithsPerhaps the new financial education requirement in schools will lead in time (probably a long time) :) to a more economically literate population ànd then we can have a more open discussion about what we can ànd cannot afford....

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Fran Griffithsin the background when economists ànd politicians talk about the importance of a balanced budget and the dangers of printing money.However this account misses out one important feature of this ànd other hyperinflations. Germany was paying two thirds of its production in war reparations. The money ...

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Alan D'ArcyI've read the letter and the four comments it elicited. From the views and opinions held in three of these response it appears that the good works carried out by yourselves, NEF, James Gibb Trust, COMER and such-like are simply ignored by so many "informed" people. There are none so blind as those t...

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RJThe UK Govt does not borrow money. It creates new reserves by JE whenever they spend. We borrow money from the banks (created by the banks by JE) if we are credit worthy and have to pay it back at the banks interest rate. State Govt borrow money as well as do Euro countries (from banks or the market...

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