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Matthew Holt
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INTP and dyslexic but good with sums. Enjoy smoking and reading. Eat a ov-lacto-pescetarian diet.
INTP and dyslexic but good with sums. Enjoy smoking and reading. Eat a ov-lacto-pescetarian diet.

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Had to share this set as I enjoyed it so much

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So Manchester will have a faster growing economy than London this year. The joint third fastest growing economic zone in the UK for two years on a row. That's the rate of real economic growth by the way and not changes in overall sizes.

|The report predicts that the value of goods and services produced in Greater Manchester will grow by 0.7 per cent during 2017 despite the challenges of Brexit uncertainty, rising inflation and falling investment by businesses.

Irwin Mitchell’s report forecasts that by the end of 2017, the value of the Greater Manchester economy will be £58.9bn - £634m larger than it was in the three months following the Brexit vote.

It also expects 22,258 jobs to be created during the period.

Although Greater Manchester’s economy is set to grow in 2017, it will be at a much slower rate than in the 12 months to Q3 2016 when it posted annual growth of 2.4 per cent.|

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The current euro-zone setup suits the German economy too well. For Germany to really want to see reform any time soon. Which would greatly benefit the euro-zone economies hardest hit. The current setup is basically transferring wealth from the rest of the euro-zone and into Germany.

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He past away this artist recently of cancer

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The government imposed austerity measures since the year 20110 have affected me. Although not that greatly. While with the size of the UK governments national debt. I think it's a good thing that the Tory government is still trying to turn the budget deficit into a surplus. Although government economists recently stated that this is extremely unlikely to happen by the year 2020. If the Tories do win their currently predicted majority. Then that would give them a government until the year 2022. Possibly after twelve years of government imposed austerity. That government can turn the budget deficit into a surplus. The growth of the economy and increased tax recipts. Effects that more though than just budget cuts alone.

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|the Bank expects price increases to outpace wage growth, which will only be 2%. With prices rising faster than wages, the standard of living in the UK will fall as the cost of living increases.|

So for the majority of people in Britain their standard of living is still falling. Even without the Brexit result I strongly believe that this still would be the case. Although Brexit certainly hasn't helped things. Or at least yet it hasn't.

The only real reason that Germany is still doing well. Is because the single euro currency. Act's to channel wealth from the rest of the euro zone and into Germany.
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