What to do with £ 7.5 billion?

Michael Burke19/10/2010

Michael Burke: Yesterday, UK Shadow Chancellor Alan Johnson introduced a new policy- increasing taxes on banks in order to finance £7.5bn in infrastructure investment.

This piece on leftfootforward examines what could usefully be done with £7.5bn, and argues that the effects are so overwhelmingly positive that a multiple of that investment should be made.


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