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Austerity needs a purpose, a crisis needs solutions. I’ve got a few | Deborah Orr | CiF | The Guardian

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, goes the old adage. Quite. And if it is broke, then do. Austerity needs to be given a purpose; society needs to have a clear idea of where the lost decade is taking us. It seems hard to know what the future holds. But some things are easy to predict. There will, for example, still be 24 hours in a day in the years to come, seven days in a week, 12 months in a year. So, time is a constant, something to plan around.

There are some very good ideas in this article. It’s a crying shame that they won’t even be considered in passing by most of the Westminster Village.