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Country’s fate cannot be left to special interests

There are two groups not represented at the partnership talks: the taxpayer and those who recently lost their jobs or are at risk of doing so. There is a serious risk that both will be disadvantaged in the unlikely event that some agreement emerges.

7th November, 2009

There are two groups not represented at the partnership talks: the taxpayer and those who recently lost their jobs or are at risk of doing so. There is a serious risk that both will be disadvantaged in the unlikely event that some agreement emerges. We presume that an agreement is unlikely.

But, as ever with the partnership talks, there is a large degree of opacity about what is going on.

Whatever is happening behind the...

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