Date: 23 January 2015
“George Osborne's complacency in Davos about the state of the British economy may come back to haunt him.
“His remarks were notable for what he left out, rather than what he said. He failed to address the plain need for investment to shore up the real economy or to create the skilled, well-paid jobs young people in particular need.
“And he did not even mention the need to ensure that the rewards of growth are shared more fairly if Britain's economy is to become sustainable. George Soros may now recognise the need for inclusive growth to tackle inequality. The other George apparently does not.”
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