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The average British voter takes little interest in economics as a subject, being fully occupied with the economic realities of their lives.
When the government speaks of 'recovery' (which may well turn out to be a bubble largely supported by consumer spending, inflated house prices and private credit), it is worth asking, 'what is being recovered by whom?'