Britain’s Paul Ryan – Paul Krugman


LONDON - OCTOBER 20:  Britain's Chancellor of ...

LONDON – OCTOBER 20: Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, right, with Chief Financial Secretary to the Treasur Danny Alexander leaves the Treasury building for the House Of Commons on October 20, 2010 in central London, England. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne is set to announce the coalition government’s spending review in Parliament. The review is designed to tackle the country’s deficit and will outline swingeing cuts throughout the whole of the public sector with many public sector jobs set to be axed and budgets significantly reduced. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

Check out this blog from Paul Krugman, the liberal, Nobel winning economist, writing in his NYT blog.

Britain’s Paul Ryan –

Personally, I agree with Paul Krugman, that George Osborne‘s policies have been inappropriate  – there is an overwhelming case to stimulate demand in the UK.

What do you think?


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Slow road to Cyprus – places for revisiting?..

Monument to Franz Kafka by the sculptor Jarosl...

Monument to Franz Kafka by the sculptor Jaroslav Róna (2003), next to the Spanish synagoge, in Prague, Czech Republic. Bronze, height 375cm. Note: Freedom of panorama#Czech Republic Français : Monument à Franz Kafka, œuvre du sculpteur Jaroslav Róna (2003), près de la la synagogue espagnole à Prague, en République tchèque. Bronze, hauteur : 375 cm. Note : Liberté de panorama#Tchéquie (République tchèque) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you read our last blog about our most precious memories on our epic road and sea trip from Bath, UK to Cyprus, I suppose there were plenty of clues as to where we enjoyed most and would perhaps like to revisit.

There were just three places that really stood out:

  • Vienna
  • Prague, and
  • Budapest

To recapture a few of our moments, here are some links to our earlier blogs:


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