The Times: Dylan signs the subterranean Citigroup blues

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A new phrase has entered the economic lexicon — “fiscal alcoholic". It emanated from the Hungarian central bank and has been introduced into the UK by Eamonn Butler, of the Adam Smith Institute. It is defined as “someone who knows that they should be giving up their reckless spending and borrowing habit, but is addicted to it." “My name is Gordon, and I am . . ."

Published in The Times here.