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  • The Coming First-World Debt Crisis | Ann Pettifor

    The Coming First-World Debt Crisis

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    With the price of assets increasing and wages decreasing, the rich are getting richer and the poor are staying poor. With large loans easy to come by and being given to people who couldn't possibly pay them back, it is not surprising that the financial system froze after debts began being passed around. Ann Pettifor says we must prepare ourselves and guard ourselves against the backlash of this 'credit crunch'.

  • Is There a Green Movement in the UK? | Ann Pettifor

    Is There a Green Movement in the UK?

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    The threat of climate change is becoming more and more apparent to individuals throughout the UK, but has this threat mobilized us to change? Is the current response to climate change big enough to make a difference? Ann Pettifor investigates and discusses whether there really is a Green Movement in the UK and how we can make it happen.

  • A Jubilee for First World Debtors? | Ann Pettifor

    A Jubilee for First World Debtors?

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    Over the last three decades consumers in the Anglo-American economies have been engulfed by a tidal wave of credit/debt. Now that the tide is going out, poor borrowers and homeowners, small businesses and large, find themselves beached - deserted by bankers; and by the 'guardians of the nation's finances' - i.e. central bank governors and finance ministers. Is it time to call for a Jubilee for poor debtors in rich countries?

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