“We also need to make some serious choices. You can keep financiers and corporate lobbyists happy or you can build a stronger indigenous industry base, but not both. Scotland has to choose the latter.”
“News that 649,000 UK workers have fallen off payrolls between March and June, and that millions more lost hours, means the dispute over the meaning of, and solutions to, mass unemployment is once again in motion.”
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“Profiteering is making the market more fragile, and exposing the profound weaknesses that have been bred into the economy by recent trends.”