January 28, 2012

Forget Austerity, Reinvent Capitalism

James Downey, Irish Independent

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YOU remember Peter Mandelson. Who could forget him? Secretary of state for Northern Ireland, serial survivor of controversies and comebacks, arguably the man who invented Blairism before most of us had heard of Tony Blair.

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