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Brownian motion on the economy

10 March 2010 By Neil Collins

Turning points, crossroads, global storms: Gordon Brown used every cliche in a key speech on the UK economy. With an election to win, the premier was never going to unveil detailed plans for cutting the deficit. But he could have done more to show he appreciates the UK’s plight.

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