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Maybe we shouldn't be idolising the UK economy quite so much. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: boom town … dollar down … world renown …

Maybe we shouldn't be idolising the UK economy quite so much. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Freelance journalist <b>Alan Austin</b> compares France's economy under its Socialist government with the United Kingdom's under the Conservatives.

Mon dieu! Can Socialists really manage an economy?

Freelance journalist Alan Austin compares France's economy under its Socialist government with the United Kingdom's under the Conservatives.

The US Federal Reserve and the Reserve Bank of Australia are both expecting solid economic growth over the next year or so. But it's a different matter entirely in the UK, which is a basket case.

An uneven Anglosphere: US, Aus doing OK but Brits in trouble

The US Federal Reserve and the Reserve Bank of Australia are both expecting solid economic growth over the next year or so. But it's a different matter entirely in the UK, which is a basket case.

Don't sneer at Alan Jones -- without his long-running campaign against coal seam gas, would the issue have come to the attention of the federal government? Plus other political issues of the day.

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

Don't sneer at Alan Jones -- without his long-running campaign against coal seam gas, would the issue have come to the attention of the federal government? Plus other political issues of the day.

The downgrade of the UK's credit rating again demonstrates how austerity can't even achieve its intended fiscal goals, let alone protect an economy. <b>Glenn Dyer</b> and <b>Bernard Keane</b> report.

UK downgrade another blow for austeritynomics

The downgrade of the UK's credit rating again demonstrates how austerity can't even achieve its intended fiscal goals, let alone protect an economy. Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane report.

As the world's fifth largest economy, what happens in Japan matters. And the country's multifaceted problems appear not to be able to be corrected, writes <b>Stephen Koukoulas</b> of <a href="http://www.businessspectator.com.au" target="_blank"><em>Business Spectator</em></a>.

Economic growth: I think it’s spurning Japanese …

As the world's fifth largest economy, what happens in Japan matters. And the country's multifaceted problems appear not to be able to be corrected, writes Stephen Koukoulas of Business Spectator.

In London, 'tis the bonfire of the bankers.

What chance a UK bank to trust? Barclays and none

In London, 'tis the bonfire of the bankers.

David Cameron's coalition government has brought in a risky political budget.

Rundle: UK Coalition’s world view is through a fun-house mirror

David Cameron's coalition government has brought in a risky political budget.

The government of the United Kingdom has pulled off one of the great political con jobs, writes <b>David Ritter</b> from London.

Welcome to the bizarro parallel universe that is UK politics

The government of the United Kingdom has pulled off one of the great political con jobs, writes David Ritter from London.

News.com.au's struggle street struggles ... gay marriage and knowing your history ...Front Page of the Day ...Leveson inquiry: subterfuge can be in public interest, says Guardian reporter ...

News.com.au’s Struggle St struggles …. Leveson latest … reporting armageddon …

News.com.au's struggle street struggles ... gay marriage and knowing your history ...Front Page of the Day ...Leveson inquiry: subterfuge can be in public interest, says Guardian reporter ...

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