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Kerin Hartley Rudelius Marketing 11th Edition jankar




Available at: [Accessed: 12 Mar. 2015]. RUDELIUS W. & KERIN R.A. (2015) Marketing, 12th Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Ryerson . (See review by Anthony Odey on Google Books). Category:Business books Category:Marketing books Category:Business educationThe Labour Party are behind the UK’s growing national debt, claiming for the first time the credit for driving up the figure. The claim, which Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been making for months, is based on Labour’s spending plans that will be included in the next party manifesto. Labour says that the £100bn budget it will set for the first time in 2017, will boost the national debt to £1.2trillion, or £1.2 trillion, which is more than the entire national debt of the United States (£6.7 trillion). The national debt has jumped from £850billion in 2010 to £1.3trillion today. And the party claims that it would have to cut spending by £100billion to wipe out the £900billion of spending in 2020-21. Labour claims the spending plans will deliver a “tidal wave of investment” in public services. Figures show the country has borrowed £2.8trillion since 2010, which is £2.8 trillion or 84.6% of GDP – more than any other government for a comparable period. Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell told BBC Breakfast: “I think the reason why we’re in the mess we’re in at the moment is because the Labour government’s policies have not taken us where they should. “And what we’re proposing is a different approach, a different set of policies that will take us back to growth, to prosperity and we’ve outlined how we do that.” He added: “We will of course, as we have, we have outlined a programme to get us into surplus in five years’ time. “We’ve set out a plan that will bring a tidal wave of investment into our NHS and into our schools, colleges, other public services and that will create the economy that we need to get us out of the economic mess we’re




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