Peter Hoskin

Convincing the creditors

The dangers of mounting national debt are spelt out clearly and persuasively by Frank Field in an article for today’s Guardian.  Well worth reading the whole thing, but the bottom line is that desperate times may call for desperate measures:

“If the debt can’t be sold, it will be impossible for the government to continue.

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