How a day at the seaside could solve the British productivity puzzle

  The Guardian 

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Economists have long argued that our bank holidays are bad for the economy. But perhaps the opposite is trueAt the memorial service given for Denis Compton in 1997, the great England cricketer’s former county captain delivered a eulogy. In it, JJ Warr regaled the Westminster Abbey congregation with tales of sporting derring-do, but also talked about the off-field work ethic of his old friend durin
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