Britain - one of the richest nations in the world.

Britain - one of the richest nations in the world.

A teaching resource provided by Mike Stallard.

Resource Description

This presents, as simply as possible and without jargon, our finances as a nation.
There are as few stats as possible. When they do come up they are given their source. The one pie chart is explained before it is presented.
The aim is for a simple review of our bank balance in 2012 as a country in the world.
At the end there are ideas for further action.
This resource does not demand high levels of economic competence. The idea is to spark discussion and thought.

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About the Author

Mike Stallard
Mike Stallard
Retired Teacher
Married, four grown up and very successful children of both sexes all over the world each with their own very different take on life, all supporting themselves in a way which I thoroughly enjoy when I visit them in turn. Grandchildren - yup. Fun. Lovely wife. What more could a man want?

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