Friday, 2 April 2010

The Greece Bailout Is Bunk, There's A Loophole That Let's Countries Back Out
Maybe this is why bond markets aren't buying Europe's latest support plan for Greece.
Within the thick vines of diplomatic legalese, there lies an escape clause in Europe's Greece 'bailout'

Three simple steps to stop strikers from ruining our recovery
Nick Seddon offers some practical steps that can be taken to minimise strike disruption.

Business leaders join push to scrap 'jobs tax'
Gordon Brown is under mounting pressure to scrap a planned rise in National Insurance after every major business organisation warned it was a “tax on jobs” that threatened to derail Britain’s economic recovery.


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