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The events of the past year or so, financial meltdown, political instability, uncertainty over jobs and the threat that many workers could lose their homes represents a huge shift in society, both internationally and especially in Britain where the effects of the “credit crunch” have been particularly acute. In the context of such a deep crisis the halcyon days of the “feel good factor” and the “15 years of unbroken economic growth”, seem like ancient history.