Call it mischief making, but I do enjoy watching people foam at the mouth on this forum (Alistair Darling ate my hamster!).
According to today's FT, the need for cutting public spending quickly is by no means as certain as the Labour-haters would have us believe. Gordon might have your pensions, have terrorised your children and curdled your mother's milk, but he might just have this one right?
(I only cite the Graun because the FT has a daft subscriptions system.)
3 noble laureates have put their names to this letter, as well as 50 other leading economists. They're not, of course, necessarily correct, but I dare say this will not get as much coverage as those 20 who argued the opposite it Murdoch's puppet paper the other day...