As now we have reached one hundred years after women first won the right to vote in the United Kingdom, I think it is worth reflecting on how Great Britain recovered from two world wars to see what could happen today to help us get back on our feet.
Whatever problems we face in our economy today, we have previously recovered from comparable or, probably, worse deficits at the end of World War 2. Austerity today seems to be only applied to public services, government subsidies and funding and not a belt-tightening for the whole country, with a requirement for equal input from everyone. Read on
By Sophie Sweatman
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