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Britain`s Economy Is `broken,` Says The Archbishop Of Canterbury
Ben Pruchnie / Staff
Britain`s most senior clergyman, the Archbishop of Canterbury, believes that Britain`s economic model is "broken" and that the country is at a "watershed moment" where choices about the future must be made to ensure that the gap between the country`s richest and poorest does not widen further.
Writing as part of a new report from think tank, the Institute of Public Policy Research
, the Most Reverend Justin Welby said that Britain`s economy system is effectively not fit for purpose, benefitting the haves, and punishing the have nots.
"Our economic model is broken. Britain stands at a watershed moment where we need to make fundamental choices about the sort of economy we need," Welby said in comments released as part of IPPR`s "Time for Change: A New Vision for the British Economy" report.
"We are failing those who will grow up into a world where the gap between the richest and poorest parts of the country is significant and destabilising."
IPPR`s report argues that while average GDP per capita has grown 12% in the last seven years, the average earnings per person in work have actually fallen around 6%, suggesting that wealth is not being spread anywhere close to blog (visit the following website page) evenly. The same has also happened over a longer time period.
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