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Britain's poorest children and families are suffering most from recession and cuts, says a leading charity as it launches a new report and fundraising campaign.
Figures released yesterday (May 10) by the Council of Mortgage Lenders reveal the rate of repossessions in the UK remains high, four years after the recession began.
The leader of Germany's Protestants says Greece faces economic collapse if current policies to cut debt are not offset by long-term debt relief and investment.
Austerity measures are damaging the economy in Britain, Italy and Spain, warned Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman.
Membership of co-operatives outnumbers shareholders in the UK, and co-ops have outperformed the UK economy since the credit crunch.
Millions of protesters in 82 countries and across a thousand cities have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the bailing out of the rich.
Local government officials in Hungary are handing state-owned schools over to churches, unable to afford their upkeep during the economic recession.
Many economic commentators, and those working in banking and finance, thought that the worst of the global economic recession had gone away. They were wrong. It looks to be back with a vengeance.
The Green Party has called for an end to "arbitrary, ego-driven economic policy-making". It wants an "open, rational debate" about sustainability.
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