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“the illusion, not the reality of greater control... leaving on Mr Johnson’s terms is going to make the country substantially poorer than it would otherwise be” Martin Wolf not mincing his words:

Martin Wolf: Boris Johnson's Brexit proposal would leave the UK poorer, with less influence in global commerce and reduced resources for any future government to work on domestic policies. The people need to consent to what will be a very costly deal.

Martin Wolf: Boris Johnson's Brexit proposal would leave the UK poorer, with less influence in global commerce and reduced resources for any future government to work on domestic policies. The people need to consent to what will be a very costly deal.

Martin Wolf: The UK must have a public vote on Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal

“It is, simply, a monstrous act of national self-harm.” Martin Wolf is searingly right on this deal. The UK must have a public vote on Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal

Martin Wolf: Much of what threatens the world economy is due to 'stupid stuff'. The US’s aim of bilateral balancing is silly. Brexit will destroy a good partnership between the UK and the EU. The Japan-South Korea friction is a win for China.

Martin Wolf: Global economic policymakers are playing with fire - via @FT 

Martin Wolf: Much of what threatens the world economy is due to 'stupid stuff'. The US’s aim of bilateral balancing is silly. Brexit will destroy a good partnership between the UK and the EU. The Japan-South Korea friction is a win for China.

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Global economic policymakers are playing with fire. Too much of what ails the world economy is the result of ‘stupid stuff’ — Martin Wolf

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FREE to read: Martin Wolf devastating indictment of rentier capitalism and how it is undermining liberal democracy via @FinancialTimes 

MUST READ, especially for MPs including Boris “Carthaginian peace” Johnson: Martin Wolf demolishes the Brexit delusion of taking back control #BrexitShambles 

Martin Wolf: Reluctantly, I have come to the conclusion that capitalism is substantially broken. This is not to argue for the abandonment of the market economy, but for better companies and more competition.

A must read Martin Wolf who demolishes Legatum Institute: Six impossible notions about ‘global Britain’ via @FT 

Martin Wolf@FT  : “A tragedy because Varoufakis was–and is– right. The bulk of Greek debt should be cancelled...”

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Wolf of Wallstreet was brilliant. Martin Scorsese outdid himself. @LeoDiCaprio  was incredible. Golden Globe well deserved.

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