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IFS Peston stark choice between parties - R4 6pm news 4-2-15The Institute of Fiscal Studies and Robert Peston show the clear difference between Labour and the Tories on spending after the May 7th election - the Tories offer huge cuts, endless austerity, a greatly smaller state and fewer and fewer public services, wheras Labour offer much more generosity in public service spending on the things our society and its people need, and zero commitment to austerity in the future.
From 6pm Radio 4 news, 04/02/2015.
2min 30 seconds long.
Tory austerity prevented recovery - Prof David BlanchflowerTory austerity has given us the slowest recovery since the South Sea Bubble.
Professor David Blanchflower absolutely slaughters Cameron over his pre-excuse warning over the world economy, he blames Tory austerity for tanking Britain's economy and preventing a recovery, and states that any recovery we do have is simply part of the cycle as long as you don't wreck it with austerity, and confirms that our economy was on the RISE in when Labour left office.
From The World At One, Radio 4, 17th November, 2014.
Vladimir Putin - a Profile - Radio 4What kind of man is Vladimir Putin - a bullying psychopathic despot if this profile of him is anything to go by. From BBC Radio 4's Broadcasting House programme, 27th July, 2014. It makes chilling listening.
UKIP defending normalisation of racismComedic UKIP spokesman Winston Mckenzie defending normalisation and legitimisation of racism and racist language in the UK Radio 4 PM, discussion with Sunny Singh.
OBR recovery not Osborne Dominic Laurie 5LiveOffice for Budget Responsibility say that the slight recovery is NOTHING to do with Osborne and the Tories, but simply due to the world recovering from the global crash. 19th March, 2014
AndrewDillonNICEonToday17thFeb2014Chief of NICE confirms that the Tory administration are asking NICE to take into account a person's "economic viability" when agreeing recommending new medicines.
Wider societal benefits = some medicines only for working people.