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    Global Futures

    Two years on from one of the worst crises ever to hit the free market, what lies in store for the global economy? Are we steadfast on the road to recovery or does liberalism itself need to be rethought?

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    Award-winning historian Robert Skidelsky, 'Britain's most popular politician' (Guardian) Vince Cable and eminent economist Will Hutton examine the world's future.

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David Morey on 07/02/2013 8:08pm

Some sane suggestions from Will Hutton, I wish he was running the country rather than a bunch of know nothing idiots.

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