National Debt is an Irrelevant Statistic. April Labour Affairs.

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Editorial: National Debt is an Irrelevant Statistic.
If an individual wants to spend more than they earn, they must borrow from a third party. But it’s not the same for the UK government. Because it is a currency-creating state, the UK government does not have to borrow money to finance expenditure. That is the critical difference between the economics of a household and the economics of the UK government.

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