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Robert SearleThere are always risks with any system, and this will have to be carefully looked at as far as TFE is concerned. This would require consultation with relevant experts. But the whole banking system itself is also at risk in the electronic, and digital sense of the word.. Yet, it has not lead to a co...

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Day End SilentFrom Wikipedia -Between 1977 and 1983 May worked at the Bank of England,Did they not tell her how the system works?...

6 days ago

Vince RichardsonYes that shows that quite well it is being used currently.Though I note this is a controversial subject.Once your customers see what is happening they will adapt behaviour to try and get the best deal or you can end up upsettng your customers altogether,no one likes getting ripped off.As a football ...

3 weeks ago
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Vince Richardson1 reply so far from the Lib Dems as below;"Dear Vincent,Many thanks for your email – and apologies it has taken me a little while to get back to you. I agree with you that the banking sector is in need of serious reform and that power must not lie in the hands of a few large banks.That is why the ...

3 weeks ago

Lucian AerisI wonder how much time the team have spent researching both sides of the climate debate....

4 weeks ago
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Has your future MP seen this image?

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Neighbours are turning against each other, people are blaming migrants for the lack of secure jobs, and hate crime’s on the rise. Our politicians and banks have created a totally unbalanced and dysfunctional economy, and it’s breaking our society.

Vince RichardsonGreat idea ....done it,.I advise everyone to take a couple of seconds to do this...

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James MurrayProfessor HuberAcademically, a well written, internally sound, riposte to the Bundesbank’s paper, "Remarks on a 100% reserve requirement"But an absolutely dreadful piece to appear on a blog and PM should be ashamed of allowing the piece to be published on these pages.Look. The object of a blog is ...

3 weeks ago

WesThe longest journey (Buba's admission) begins with a single step. Despite the many misconceptions perpetuating the Banking School myths, at least the journey has begun. Bravo for a well written response. I wonder if Professor Krugman will run this through his "dashboard"? A critical mass of public a...

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medialAxis"If the machine owners do not pass on most of the cost savings, then their machines need to be taxed to support general society."Yes. AISI, if their proportional gain is greater than the workers then over time, with further gains in productivity, the gap between machine owners and workers will widen...

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SimonVery good point David. In theory, extreme automation should reduce the cost of everything so less money is needed. If the machine owners do not pass on most of the cost savings, then their machines need to be taxed to support general society. Maybe land value taxes need to be considered, and restrai...

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medialAxisHere's a very simple puzzle about increased productivity I've posted elsewhere:The 100 villagers work in the fields earning £40/wk (£1/hr) with which they buy the crops they grow and convey to the market each week. They decide to fix the potholed roads and for 5 of them to maintain them full time....

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