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robinbaldockok having read through them briefly, both of those do mention the role national investment banks could have, but that is not same is it? Labour has a proposal for national investment banks and just made huge advances in being taken seriously, maybe even having a chance at putting a govt together (u...

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robinbaldockTheir central proposal, however, is sovereign money creation (but maybe that is what you mean by "alternatives to QE", I'll have to read): it is the core purpose of the organisation: http://positivemoney.org/ou......

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robinbaldockthat is a far better answer. thanks, I'll check those out. I was replying to zac who seemed to be representing positive money and had nothing positive to say by the way. That is not the same as making sweeping statements; it was a direct reply to a post by a representative....

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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?...

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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 ...

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Robert SearleThank you for your response. With respect, the method, or methods of achieving inflation "control" are already explained in the evolving "paper" on Transfinancial Economics. However, they are open to further research, and modification. And yes, it seems highly likely with the exponential advances in...

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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 ...

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

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Lucian AerisSpot on....

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Positive Money’s submission to the Treasury Select Committee on the effectiveness and impact of post-2008 UK monetary policy

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The House of Commons Treasury Select Committee is undertaking a landmark inquiry into monetary policy. Our aim is to persuade the committee to acknowledge monetary policy’s bad side-effects and to consider the benefits of fairer and more sustainable monetary policy tools. With this in mind, we coordinated a joint letter from over 40 leading economists, as well as a statement from nearly 10,000 people.

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