“I know—austerity sucks,” Obama said.
Austerity can unnerve markets, not calm them.
“We will end austerity in Scotland,” she said.
There is no appetite in any developed country for further austerity.
“We are now going to feel the full force of austerity in council services.”
“There are no convincing arguments for austerity in its current form,” he argues.
The truth is since 2008, all we have been offered is various versions of austerity.
In February Italy’s voters rebelled against their political class and European austerity.
Rather, Labour's prohibition was upon coalitions which promoted austerity, however defined.
“And so it is an important case study to better understand the implications of an austerity approach.”
But they do accept that austerity did not prevent the recovery, although this was from a very low starting-point.
The big winners of a tough year have been the parties that have consistently opposed austerity, above all the PVV.
However, Mr Corbyn goes too far when he declares: “There is clear and mounting evidence that austerity and inequality are killing people.”
Molyneux reckoned that few in May’s cabinet were likely to have much idea what the prime minister meant when she proclaimed the end of austerity.
(Under the terms of the bailout, which was extended by four months in a deal signed in February, Athens must get approval for any anti-austerity measures.)
However, the economic imperative for austerity and restructuring is already putting the governments of the euro zone's troubled periphery under severe strain.
If anything is likely to provoke a softening of the austerity-first line, it is this evidence that Merkel’s austerity measures are starting to prove unpopular at home—given that she faces a general election next year.
In his juju epic Austerity Measure – which is so long, I thought at one point it would outlast the current age of austerity – Chief Commander Ebernezer Obey addresses the hardships that followed Nigeria's oil boom in the 80s.
Over the past few years the SNP has condemned the Conservative Party in Westminster for austerity measures and this surprising right-of-centre budget from the SNP will be seen as an act of treachery to those who voted for a party claiming to be against any form of austerity.
"They complained about what commonly gets called austerity 10 years ago, which we considered was a necessary way of recovering a broken economy at that time and when we, in a sense, cancel austerity and say 'we're back to where we want to be, we're going to invest hundreds of millions of pounds in Wales', the same people complain," he said.
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They complained about what commonly gets called austerity 10 years ago which we considered was a necessary way of recovering a broken economy at that time and when we in a sense cancel austerity and say 'we're back to where we want to be we're going to invest hundreds of millions of pounds in Wales' the same people complain he said