Monthly Archives: October 2011

Christina Fernandez has won a thumping victory in Argentina’s presidential elections, securing 53 per cent of the popular vote to win by the largest margin in the last four decades.

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It’s now a year since the government’s 2010 spending review. How has the economy performed compared to the plans and projections made then? Tony Dolphin, IPPR’s senior economist, has compiled a table of headline indicators.

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Yesterday’s Times (£) splashed on the latest polling to show that the Conservatives are losing the support of women voters. It comes hot on the heels of last month’s leaked Downing Street memo and yesterday’s briefing to the Sunday Times … Continue reading

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David Cameron today exhorts us to pay off our debts. Were any economists involved in drafting the speech?

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It is with great sadness that IPPR marks the passing of James Cornford, who died last Monday following a long illness. James was our inaugural director, appointed in 1988, and guided IPPR through an incredibly important phase.

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