The Financial Crisis: What are we doing to prevent it from reoccurring?

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Everyone knows how severely the financial crisis impacted and affected the UK as a whole but the government aren't doing much to prevent it from happening again. If the government aren't aware of how quickly this can occur, this could happen again, affecting the UK even worse than the first one did. Although we as a society can't necessarily do anything to change the governments minds, we can still try to decrease the amount of money that we spend regularly so that we know we are doing all we can to stop the crisis happening for a second time

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  • Millbank-logo-250x250.jpg joyous_quince | Millbank Academy A
    21 Nov 2018

    I think people should do an election to the government why they should never let the prices of taxes raise too high.

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  • The-Ruth-Gorse-logo-250x250.jpg helpful_wallaby | The Ruth Gorse Academy
    06 Dec 2018

    I quite agree that as a small society we are probably unable to affect the government, but why wouldn't we be able to suggest things to the government that may be of help. Or we could maybe get a BNC petition started as to what precautions could be taken in preparation for something we hope will never happen again.

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