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  1. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2634476/UKs-free-market-risk-forces-pessimism-says-Osborne-Chancellor-claims-Labour-populist-Right-waging-war-big-business.html "Britain's status as a free-market nation is at risk from ‘the forces of pessimism’ who are waging war on big business, George Osborne will claim today. " That's right folks....the free market that's supported by schemes such as FLS/HTB1/HTB2/Q.E./The prime minister doing photo shoots/The PM saying house prices could rise for 4 years. The forces of pessimism must be heavier than the forces of fundamentals !!!! For me Osborne just admitted that their "recovery" is based on talk/sentiment. There has been no fundamental change in the UK over the last 4 years, no real jobs, no real investment, no real cuts....Just talk. There is certainly no free market at the moment. The bloke is out of his depth, he has no idea of what they problems are and how to solve them if you ask me. Free market....funniest thing I've heard in a long time. I can only think by pessimism he means "truth"...I think maybe HPC is to blame...out glasses aren't half empty they are empty.
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