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Across the world 50 million people are currently displaced because of war. Conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Lybia, Eretria and South Sudan have seen an increase in the number of people seeking refuge in Europe.

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Have you ever heard of the expenditure benchmark? Do you know how to calculate a structural deficit? Can you explain the interaction between the debt and deficit rules?

If the answer to these questions is no, don’t worry. You are obviously a well-grounded person with a good work life balance.

If the answer is yes, well you clearly need to get out more.

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The significance of Syriza’s victory in Greece cannot be underestimated. It represents much more than opposition to the failed policy of austerity. It is a direct challenge to the social and economic consensus that has dominated Europe and the liberal democratic world for decades.

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