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The Observer on The Red Book

Written by Ashwin Rattan Sunday, 25 March 2012 20:51
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William Keegan, senior economics commentator for The Observer cites research from The Red Book:

Housing was neglected by both the Thatcher/Major and the Blair/Brown governments.

In a new collection of essays, The Red Book, published by Searching Finance, Eoin Clarke notes that, so far from offering a 1930s-style route out of recession, "the number of net dwellings added to the UK housing stock is at a 10-year low. This shows that the problem has worsened under the current Tory government''.

To read the whole article, goto:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2012/mar/25/budget-2012-two-certainties-death-tax-avoidance

For more on The Red Book, goto:

http://www.searchingfinance.com/products/soon-to-be-published/the-red-book.html

 

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