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kayabooshaWon't a lot of it finish up going back to the banks that create it via debt repayments? Wouldn't it be better to spend direct into the economy via infrastructure projects that benefit everyone? Housing, transport, health, education, that way real jobs can be created and their is an asset at the end ...

12 hours ago

Tom ShackellIt's very encouraging that we are starting to see serious debate around the idea of "QE for the public". To me these kinds of proposals make eminent sense - both as a much more progressive alternative to austerity and also a way to reduce inequality. However, I'm not holding my breath that any of th...

17 hours ago
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bankster01Neo liberal trickle down economics obviously works, that is what we are told....

2 weeks ago
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Roger Glyndwr Lewis´´Money Money Money its a neo liberal world.´´ ooo ooooo ooooohooohoo all the things we could do if we had a public money it'd be a fairer world-´´ What do you think Catchy huh?...

3 weeks ago
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Daniel TempestI think the above graph could use a clearer explanation. It appears to suggest the population has hardly grown in the last 20 years, I presume the graph is showing some sort of relative growth, but this is not at all clear from the article. It will give people the impression your figures are wrong....

2 weeks ago

Yossarian247Quite a lot of the mortgage will be for the site land value - The graph on p164 of Fred Harrison's 'The Inquest' has house prices at 2.5x and land prices at 6.5x above the 1983 base and is adjusted for RPI inflation http://www.sharetherents.org/w......

3 weeks ago

theGreatFuzzyNormally when you have an increase in demand for a commodity the price rises but production also increases, often due to new producers entering the market. But houses are built on land and no one, as yet, has found a way to produce land, no matter the price. So, what I'd like to know is, how much of...

4 weeks ago
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jamesmurraylawFran,Do you agree with me that the biggest problem of PM is not the number who get to know about it.The biggest problem is the huge number of people who investigate the tenets of PM, believe there it is all too easy, ask themselves why if it is so simple, why have countries not taken up Sovereign Mo...

5 weeks ago
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