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  1. jp1

    Cpi 2.9%

    When there's an election in May, "Can we put off raising rates? Yes We Can!"
  2. Hello? We have a knowledge based economy. Its based around ID cards, databases, and council and public sector jobsworths sticking their noses into people's business - now thats what Labour call real 'knowledge'
  3. Not at all, she's laying some foundations for Gordon. She's seconded to the G20 till around May 2010, just when Gordon will be looking for a nice Great Leader Needed To Save The World G20 job After destroying the UK, our crazed One Eyed Scottish Tw@ has far grander career plans - a nice new position as Leader Of The World no less
  4. St Vince of Cable: I want to be Fred Astaire
  5. 80% up YOY but down MOM - not sure by how much [bBC describes it as a "dip... after months of rises "]
  6. Why not? - because its different here. Japan may be more "crowded" but the Japanese are generally smaller than us, so it couldn't happen here +1. Doh! - just spotted the above comment also along my lines of arguement - nice point about obesity too
  7. Till you can buy a house for the price of a Mars bar
  8. He does have a point, as Gordon simply has to wave his magic QE wand, and Hey Prescott, the debt has dissappeared! Simples
  9. Its a good job Gordon Brown didnt put the Lloyds/HBOS deal together
  10. jp1

    Ids On Benefits Trap

    I suggest you give it another go - this time treat it a bit like a 2006/7 mortgage application, and be a little more "creative" - you'll be pleasantly surprised
  11. For the long-term sake of the party, facing defeat in both scenarios, Mandelson will force Brown to go for a quickie October 22nd election on the line of "Dont let the Tories wreck the Recovery" This will be announced at end of Browns Labour conference speech, nicely writting off the Tory conference, along with a promise that Brown will stand down whatever the result - thus adding an element of 'new leader, should I give them another chance?' to the minds of swing voters Brown will then come down with suspected swine flu, and The Dark Lord will take the helm for the 3 week campaign. Labour will loose, but they hope that they will retain enough MPs to prevent a party wipeout, so they can regroup to fight another day By spring next year we'll be in the "Big W", and Labour can point to the Tories and say "they wrecked it all! See, it was no time for a novice!!"
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