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  1. The cabinet reshuffle is a measure of what kind of a budget we are in for next month, Labours Money Tree is going to be scrumped big time.. The resignation of Savid Javid because he wouldn't sack advisors that Johnson/Cummings demanded he dump is the big story here. Javid is well known for his Libertarian/Austrian School bias and would not have been enamoured by the end of austerity. He would not have been best pleased when Johnson/Cummings demanded he should sugar rush the economy. I am as sure as I need to be that austerity is over and a boom is being stoked. Rishi Sunak only entered Parliament with May in charge, he can't be anything other than a Johnson/Cummings yes man..._
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