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June 11, 2012


Dick Pountain

The advantage of talking about 'economic justice' is that it takes us directly into political issues of where power and freedom lie in the economy, quite aside from how they happen to be exercised.



A brilliant post as ever. I particularly like your point about the rise of the social enterprise. It is a curious feature that the judgement as to whether an enterprise is sufficently 'social' or not is made by The Guardian - http://www.guardian.co.uk/socialenterprise/award

(DCLG is DCLG. As a legal entity the Department has always been a Department just Ruth Kelly chose to drop the D from the branding. The D was brought back following the 2010 Election - though many others do still refer to CLG. I know I must get out more....)

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