Two academics were invited onto 'Today' this morning to discuss the present state of unemployment. One was Danny Dorling of Newcastle University, a Guardian writer and self-confessed Labour vote, who spent much of the time banging on about how badly the recession of the early 1980's was handled (when you-know-who was in power!). Against him was pitted Lord Layard, a Labour life-peer, based at the L.S.E.. Dorling and his Lordship pretty much agreed on everything, which was nice.
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