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  • Corbynomics, n.

    The Guardian, 22 September 2015:

    Yet the main thing people level at Corbynomics – that it relies wholly on tax, and is therefore nothing more than a throwback to the 70s language of squeezing the rich till their pips squeak – doesn’t stand up to even the most cursory act of reading. A much more important element is people’s quantitative easing, which is based on the idea, put simply: it’s time to give up on financial assets; it’s time to invest in stuff. The government would print money – for social housing, for rural broadband, for green infrastructure – and invest it.

    October 2, 2015

  • Corbynomics, n.

    Felix Cohen, 14 September 2015:

    You might not believe in Corbynomics but he's already turned £20 into this for me.

    September 14, 2015