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The economy may not be growing as quick as we would like right now, but employment is nearly 30 million and unemployment is down to 2.5 million, so with low interest rates, better growth should filter through.

 

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Yes. As are all Conservative and Labour MP's.

 

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Quote Rubin at 09 Mar 2013 9.43pm

Yes. As are all Conservative and Labour MP's.

Please dont leave out the Lib Dems who have turned out to be the biggest liars of all - At least you knew that Labour and the Tories wre untrustworthy, self serving dogmatic c*nts - we had to see Cleggers, Huhne at al in action to find were


 


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Quote chris123 at 09 Mar 2013 6.49pm

The economy may not be growing as quick as we would like right now, but employment is nearly 30 million and unemployment is down to 2.5 million, so with low interest rates, better growth should filter through.


Interest rates have been low for rather a long time now. Surely if that was a caveat to growth, we would have seen some by now.
For growth we need investment, of which we have none. People complain we have no manufacturing base anymore. Well why not invest in r&d for future technologies which could lead to a new manufacturing base?

 


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Quote The Sash at 09 Mar 2013 9.49pm

Quote Rubin at 09 Mar 2013 9.43pm

Yes. As are all Conservative and Labour MP's.

Please dont leave out the Lib Dems who have turned out to be the biggest liars of all - At least you knew that Labour and the Tories wre untrustworthy, self serving dogmatic c*nts - we had to see Cleggers, Huhne at al in action to find were


and Lib Dems (but not UKIP).

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Quote chris123 at 09 Mar 2013 6.49pm

The economy may not be growing as quick as we would like right now, but employment is nearly 30 million and unemployment is down to 2.5 million, so with low interest rates, better growth should filter through.


Interest rates have been low for rather a long time now. Surely if that was a caveat to growth, we would have seen some by now.
For growth we need investment, of which we have none. People complain we have no manufacturing base anymore. Well why not invest in r&d for future technologies which could lead to a new manufacturing base?


I was thinking more along the lines of more bums on seats = more productivity = growth.

 

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Quote chris123 at 09 Mar 2013 6.49pm

The economy may not be growing as quick as we would like right now, but employment is nearly 30 million and unemployment is down to 2.5 million, so with low interest rates, better growth should filter through.


Interest rates have been low for rather a long time now. Surely if that was a caveat to growth, we would have seen some by now.
For growth we need investment, of which we have none. People complain we have no manufacturing base anymore. Well why not invest in r&d for future technologies which could lead to a new manufacturing base?


Probably because the Chinese,Koreans do it cheaper,better and with less union interference...
No 35 hour week & 4 weeks paid holidays for them.
When was the last time anyone bought a British TV? Probably 25 years ago when Fergusons were going.And why aren't they in business anymore,see first line of post.

 


Utter Bollocks most of the time....

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Quote Jimenez at 09 Mar 2013 11.57pm

Quote nickgusset at 09 Mar 2013 9.57pm

Quote chris123 at 09 Mar 2013 6.49pm

The economy may not be growing as quick as we would like right now, but employment is nearly 30 million and unemployment is down to 2.5 million, so with low interest rates, better growth should filter through.


Interest rates have been low for rather a long time now. Surely if that was a caveat to growth, we would have seen some by now.
For growth we need investment, of which we have none. People complain we have no manufacturing base anymore. Well why not invest in r&d for future technologies which could lead to a new manufacturing base?


Probably because the Chinese,Koreans do it cheaper,better and with less union interference...
No 35 hour week & 4 weeks paid holidays for them.
When was the last time anyone bought a British TV? Probably 25 years ago when Fergusons were going.And why aren't they in business anymore,see first line of post.

Talking of t.v's. Do t.v repairmen still exist?

 


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Quote chris123 at 09 Mar 2013 6.49pm

The economy may not be growing as quick as we would like right now, but employment is nearly 30 million and unemployment is down to 2.5 million, so with low interest rates, better growth should filter through.


Interest rates have been low for rather a long time now. Surely if that was a caveat to growth, we would have seen some by now.
For growth we need investment, of which we have none. People complain we have no manufacturing base anymore. Well why not invest in r&d for future technologies which could lead to a new manufacturing base?


Probably because the Chinese,Koreans do it cheaper,better and with less union interference...
No 35 hour week & 4 weeks paid holidays for them.
When was the last time anyone bought a British TV? Probably 25 years ago when Fergusons were going.And why aren't they in business anymore,see first line of post.

Talking of t.v's. Do t.v repairmen still exist?


Its cheaper to buy a new TV or computer. As the repair fees aren't warranted. You can go to Walmart & buy A Flat screen tv for a couple of hundred bucks,but I guess there's still some kicking around.

 


Utter Bollocks most of the time....

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Quote dannyh at 09 Mar 2013 8.14am

Politician in telling porkies shock !

They're all a bunch of liars it is not the premise of Tories nick they all do it.

Chris Huhne being a rather good case in point. Honestly Nick your Tory bashing needs more substance other than "those nasty men tell porky pies"


I agree to a point, but Cameron isn't even being subtle about it anymore.

.... and you think Bliar was being subtle?

Of course not. But at least his policies made some positive differences for many people.But Cameron and Osbourne are basing their whole economic strategy on an idea that clearly isn't working yet they say experts are saying it is when it clearly isn't. What it is doing is making life difficult for many many people.
They are facking clueless.
By the way, is it me, or has Osbourne gone a bit quiet since our triple A rating went?

You have got to be joking...... his immigration policy was disastrous for our country.... Milliband and Ball's bint have been apologising for it recently on Party Political Broadcasts.

Be sure of one thing....... however sh1t you think Cameron and Osborne are.. it would be far worse right now under Milliband and Balls..... they are both utter fcukwits and bereft of ideas.... bleating "too far too fast"..... they caused the sh1tstorm and now think we will trust them to sort it... Computer says No!!


Did they cause the s***storm? Where is the evidence for Labour causing the global financial crash? And if you say it was their policies, the Tories didn't exactly vote against them did they. In fact they were right behind them.

What policies have Cameron and co put forward to help people out of poverty, or raise educational standards? In fact the only thing that the coalition haven't u-turned on (and lets face it there have been plenty of them after their back of envelope ideas have been found wanting) is their failing economic one.
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Ermmmmmmmmmmm YES THEY FOOKING DID!!

The deficit came about by reckless spending with money they didn't have.

And yes it does take a long time to put right, but the signs are that the austerity measures are working... unemployment is falling for a start.

We are not the only nation experiencing slow growth... even the Germans are suffering.

All Balls keeps offering is for us to spend more... but with what? To spend more you need to borrow more, so clearly he hasn't learnt any lessons has he?

As for the Bishops bleating on today about the cuts... they can fook off too..... cut back on the kiddie fiddling... that is hurting the kids more than the cuts are!

 

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Quote Hoof Hearted at 10 Mar 2013 11.17am

Quote nickgusset at 09 Mar 2013 6.28pm

Quote Hoof Hearted at 09 Mar 2013 11.11am

Quote nickgusset at 09 Mar 2013 10.49am

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Quote nickgusset at 09 Mar 2013 9.06am

Quote dannyh at 09 Mar 2013 8.14am

Politician in telling porkies shock !

They're all a bunch of liars it is not the premise of Tories nick they all do it.

Chris Huhne being a rather good case in point. Honestly Nick your Tory bashing needs more substance other than "those nasty men tell porky pies"


I agree to a point, but Cameron isn't even being subtle about it anymore.

.... and you think Bliar was being subtle?

Of course not. But at least his policies made some positive differences for many people.But Cameron and Osbourne are basing their whole economic strategy on an idea that clearly isn't working yet they say experts are saying it is when it clearly isn't. What it is doing is making life difficult for many many people.
They are facking clueless.
By the way, is it me, or has Osbourne gone a bit quiet since our triple A rating went?

You have got to be joking...... his immigration policy was disastrous for our country.... Milliband and Ball's bint have been apologising for it recently on Party Political Broadcasts.

Be sure of one thing....... however sh1t you think Cameron and Osborne are.. it would be far worse right now under Milliband and Balls..... they are both utter fcukwits and bereft of ideas.... bleating "too far too fast"..... they caused the sh1tstorm and now think we will trust them to sort it... Computer says No!!


Did they cause the s***storm? Where is the evidence for Labour causing the global financial crash? And if you say it was their policies, the Tories didn't exactly vote against them did they. In fact they were right behind them.

What policies have Cameron and co put forward to help people out of poverty, or raise educational standards? In fact the only thing that the coalition haven't u-turned on (and lets face it there have been plenty of them after their back of envelope ideas have been found wanting) is their failing economic one.
(cue it takes a long time to turn around a tanker response)


Ermmmmmmmmmmm YES THEY FOOKING DID!!

The deficit came about by reckless spending with money they didn't have.

And yes it does take a long time to put right, but the signs are that the austerity measures are working... unemployment is falling for a start.

We are not the only nation experiencing slow growth... even the Germans are suffering.

All Balls keeps offering is for us to spend more... but with what? To spend more you need to borrow more, so clearly he hasn't learnt any lessons has he?

As for the Bishops bleating on today about the cuts... they can fook off too..... cut back on the kiddie fiddling... that is hurting the kids more than the cuts are!

The size of the deficit was a shock, Liam Byrne's note that there was no money left was spot on.

 

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The room for manoeuvre was what I thought we should have for a few years.

Now is the time to release the shackles a bit and spend on a few projects that create economic activity and not just shovelling a few quid to people to get them shopping for clothes and other tat.

Ed Balls has been wrong for a few years. Now Cameron and Osbourne are going to be more wrong the longer they don't release those shackles IMO.

 


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