William Keegan on the Thatcher myth

Written by William Keegan Sunday, 21 April 2013 14:19
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William Keegan is The Observer's chief economics commentator.


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Here he considers the Thatcher economic legacy.

Far from being a time of economic miracles, growth in the 80s was no better than it was in the 70s: and inflation was conquered only by the effects of a long and damaging recession.


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And for William Keegan's assessment of Gordon Brown's economic legacy, click here.

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