Is this the end of the European welfare state?

June 2010
New Statesman;6/14/2010, Vol. 139 Issue 5005, p5
In this article the author comments on the economic state of Great Britain current during the week of June 14, 2010. The central focus of the article is on the fact that the need for bailouts and economic stimulus has been replaced by the desire for austerity and budget cuts enacted by the government of prime minister David Cameron and his finance minister George Osborne.


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