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UK: income inequalities - The Poverty Site

UK: income inequalities - The Poverty Site | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
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distibution of income last few years

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National Minimum Wage rates - GOV.UK

National Minimum Wage rates - GOV.UK | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
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shocking how low it is for my age group

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Annual Inflation Rate Chart

Annual Inflation Rate Chart | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
Graphical Chart of the Annual Inflation Rate - No more guessing see whether Inflation is rising or falling instantly. Tips on reading the Inflation Chart.
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inflation rate over last few years see chart

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United Kingdom Unemployment Rate

United Kingdom Unemployment Rate | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
Unemployment Rate in the United Kingdom remained unchanged at 7.80 percent in January of 2013 from 7.80 percent in December of 2012. Unemployment Rate in the United Kingdom is reported by the UK Office for National Statistics.
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this shows the continueing downard trend in our emplyement rate. what do you think we need to do.

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Jobseeker's Allowance - GOV.UK

Jobseeker's Allowance - GOV.UK | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
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Hayley Bissenden's comment, March 14, 2013 10:58 AM
How often are your circumstances reviewed by the GOV?
Hayley Bissenden's comment, March 14, 2013 11:00 AM
If I claimed and then refused a job how long can you get your allowance suspended?
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UK economy: The radical options

UK economy: The radical options | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
With the UK expected to endure anaemic growth for years to come, what might be the radical options for getting the economy back on its feet?

Via Geoff Riley
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jobseekers

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if anyone has got any better sources feel free to share all i could find in sheer numbers

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UK Balance of Payments - Economics Blog

UK Balance of Payments - Economics Blog | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
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uks balance of payments last few years

 

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Unemployment rises unexpectedly

Unemployment rises unexpectedly | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
The number of people out of work in Britain rose by 35,000 in the three months to October, pushing the jobless total up to 2,502,000
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unemployment crash in 2010

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Dropping shopping

Dropping shopping | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
HENRY FORD said that it was customers, not employers, who really pay workers’ wages; employers merely look after the cash. Ford also thought economies did best...
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quite helpful to see the recent trend in consumer spending

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What percentage does consumer spending contribute to GDP?
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Seven strange ideas the Bank of England could try to boost growth

Seven strange ideas the Bank of England could try to boost growth | Football Rants and Economics | Scoop.it
The MPC held the base rate and refused to expand QE this month. But a more radical approach to stimulating the economy is still on the cards. Here's how it might be done

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Some ideas for unconventional monetary policies to stimulate demand