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30 November 2011



The morning after George Osborne’s Autumn Statement, we heard from two speakers perfectly placed to assess the current position and the likely impact on both business and the public sector…

As Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling had previously warned an interviewer that “the economic times we’re facing are arguably the worst for 60 years.” He was subsequently widely praised for measures which helped prevent recession spiralling into depression. Alistair’s book, Back From The Brink, has just been published – with the first print run selling out in days.

Until last January Sir Richard Lambert served as Director General of the CBI. He was previously Editor-in-Chief of the Financial Times, and the first non-economist appointed a full-time external member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee. He was also the first person the new Chancellor telephoned when the election result become known.


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