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Looking back: "The Cupboard is Full"

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Three years ago I wrote The Cupboard is Full "The bottom line is the cupboard is full. The expansion should continue for some time."This is one in a series of post in late 2016 - post election - explaining why I thought the expansion should continue, even though I was extremely disappointed about the outcome of the election.I'm still not on recession watch, but the cupboard isn't quite as full (I'll have more to say on this in the coming weeks).

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Three years ago I wrote The Cupboard is Full
"The bottom line is the cupboard is full. The expansion should continue for some time."
This is one in a series of post in late 2016 - post election - explaining why I thought the expansion should continue, even though I was extremely disappointed about the outcome of the election.

I'm still not on recession watch, but the cupboard isn't quite as full (I'll have more to say on this in the coming weeks).

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