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crystal ball

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  1. Lets hope hes right my stash of bullion will then pay dividends
  2. Hazel Blears condemnation of the riots in Salford on BBC breakfast is a bit fookin rich from somebody who was one of a number of MPs who had avoided paying tax on a property funded by parliamentary allowances. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/5310568/Hazel-Blears-should-be-sacked-for-avoiding-capital-gains-tax-MPs-expenses.html Boris Johnson spent a night in the cells for smashing a restaurant window while being involved in the bullingdon club at Oxford university, http://www.channel4.com/programmes/when-boris-met-dave/4od The idiots who are smashing up property in
  3. Colin Powell did an interview on meet the press where he states "that a crisis is coming along 22-23 january what we dont know about right now". How does he know there is going to be crisis if he doesnt know what it is lol 2 mins 39 secs into the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFmWrXJnhbk another interesting point at 1.56 in the video where he states " we have wealth" then does a large cough lol I am interested in opinions what possible crisis Colin is talking about
  4. when working out the vat on an item with vat included the fraction 7/47 is used for 17.5 % what will be the fraction for 15 percent vat
  5. 17.9% is the standard rate and 29.9% is the new from sept,monthly rate being 2.2071% for cash transactions the rate is 2.5292% The screw is getting tighter
  6. I have a credit card with MBNA and they sent me a letter saying from September the APR is 29.9 %, This was from its original 17.9% APR I phoned up in curiosity as to why this was and they said it was across the board on all credit cards. They increased the minimum payment in the last few months and now they have put up the interest rates. The debt junkies are going to feel the pinch now. Debt is not to bad when your house is rising but when its falling I bet it can be soul destroying especially when you took the bate and now having to pay.
  7. Watching the panorama video reminds me exactly of the unfolding events in todays housing market bubble which is popping. This time the figures are far larger than in 1995 so much larger they are frightening.
  8. I am glad someone on here is benefiting from Gordon Brown because I and many others on here are being shafted with a large poker from this cretin. Going back to education I dont see why the government dont reduce the wage bill of teachers and give a laptop to all children I am sure they will learn alot more than the robotic education they have to endure at the moment.
  9. Just before christmas when the Nothern Rock had its bank run. The ITN night news reported the Northern Rock bank woes but also ran a series of reports the same week from Zimbabwe showing people trying to escape zimbabwe because of the economic situation to South Africa and the attempts of the South African police to deal with the problem. I was thinking at the time how strange to have Zimbabwe and Northern rock in the same news programme and any hidden agenda or just a coincidence .
  10. http://business.scotsman.com/personal-fina...into.3829686.jp
  11. This same flat was shown on BBC Look North West last night, so alot of people saw the demise of these flats,and inner city dwelling.
  12. We are looking at 50% drops at least make no mistake about that. The media have to drip feed the bad news because if they did not it would be very messy on the streets with all them amateur BTL landords jumping from their flats they bought at the height of the boom.
  13. That might be correct but there is still enough of that vermin left pretending to be educating children.
  14. The dollar could collapse if Opec officially admits considering changing the pricing of oil into alternative currencies such as the euro, the Saudi Arabian foreign minister has warned. Prince Saud Al-Faisal was overheard ruling out a proposal from Iran and Venezuela to discuss pricing crude in a private meeting at the oil cartel's conference. In an embarrassing blunder at the meeting in Riyadh, ministers' microphones were not cut off during a key closed meeting, and Prince Al-Faisal was heard saying: "My feeling is that the mere mention that the Opec countries are studying the issue of the
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