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Cuts: who's paying for the financial crisis?

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Political elites across Europe are adopting the Lib Dem-Con blueprint – making the public sector pay for private sector excess

Political elites across Europe are adopting the Lib Dem-Con blueprint – making the public sector pay for private sector excess

As the true extent of the Lib-Con government's cuts programme becomes clearer, so we get the first real-world confirmation that the public sector is to pay for the financial crisis of the past two years.

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John Hilary is Executive Director of War on Want and writes regularly for The Guardian's Comment is Free blog

 

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