This week marks 10 years since the Bank of England introduced its quantitative easing (QE) programme, setting in motion the creation of hundreds of billions of pounds of new public money. The decade since has been marked by dysfunctional economic policy. While the Bank kept the taps turned on, the government pulled in the opposite direction – reducing public spending and investment through austerity, thus deflating the economy.

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