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The man is a deluded ****.

Sorry, but he IS.

He is also today making an announcement that is traditionally the turf of the CHANCELLOR.

THIS MAN HAS LOST TOUCH with the rest of the world- 100%

He will soon have absolutely NO INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS

TOTAL 100% ****

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The man is a deluded ****.

Sorry, but he IS.

He is also today making an announcement that is traditionally the turf of the CHANCELLOR.

THIS MAN HAS LOST TOUCH with the rest of the world- 100%

He will soon have absolutely NO INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS

TOTAL 100% ****

Who believes this crap?

"Poor little people of Britain, look at what we're doing for you"

<_<

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He is also today making an announcement that is traditionally the turf of the CHANCELLOR.

The chief engineer got promoted to captain of thr titanic, now he's too busy interfering in the engine room and not on the bridge looking for icebergs.

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BOE to provide £50bln loan fund for large businesses, 20bln fund for small businesses.

Northern Rock to stop shrinking loan book, and reverse. Will significantly expand lending in housing market.

Additional capital to enter RBS group.

Backstop insurance to be offered to all banks assets, to remove risk of depreciation and dramatically increase funds available to lend.

Govt to guarantee significant increase (£200bln reported elsewhere) in funds for mortgage lending.

Edited by HAMISH_MCTAVISH

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We're heading for disaster.

Thanks Gordon.

In a decade, we're like going to be an Eastern block country [and even that is insulting to an eastern block country], with holes in the road, high unemployment, high inflation, buildings shot to pieces with no money to repair. Expect to see peasants pulling a cart with chickens on the back walking past an empty Woolworths in future.

No business abroad is going to invest in the UK if he resorts to such measures.

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At least he is coming clean about how bad it was back in October...

The bailout then saved the banking sector from collapse

Seems to me the gravity of the message is being deliberately stepped up. They have no problem with Joe Public getting the true picture on exactly how fecked we are..........

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BOE given new powers to lend directly to businesses and non bank financial institutions.

Banks to be audited and directors personally held to account if mortgage lending does not rise to target.

RBS to get £6bln more money, and will have to lend that much more in the mortgage market.

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We're heading for disaster.

Thanks Gordon.

In a decade, we're like going to be an Eastern block country [and even that is insulting to an eastern block country], with holes in the road, high unemployment, high inflation, buildings shot to pieces with no money to repair. Expect to see peasants pulling a cart with chickens on the back walking past an empty Woolworths in future.

No business abroad is going to invest in the UK if he resorts to such measures.

Well, most of the North East is already like that. (except for the peasants with shopping trolley)

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Ermmm,

And how exactly is GB going to get the subprime lenders (GE etc) lending.?

With 20% of the market in 2007 and next to zero underwriting, who is going to fill this gap?

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Brown to reporter:

"I would be very cautious if I were you about making such allegations about this scheme"

Brown. Who the f*ck do you think you are?

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I always fancied a house in the Republic of Ireland anyway

at least they are prepared to face the music

unlike the UK's desperate attempts at keeping people enslaved through

high house prices

The man is obsessively deluded and desperate on this 1 issue

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Ermmm,

And how exactly is GB going to get the subprime lenders (GE etc) lending.?

With 20% of the market in 2007 and next to zero underwriting, who is going to fill this gap?

we must be one stupid nation to have voted this man in........

Oh, hang on......

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Ermmm,

And how exactly is GB going to get the subprime lenders (GE etc) lending.?

With 20% of the market in 2007 and next to zero underwriting, who is going to fill this gap?

I don't think this is in the gist of the announcement....

The game has moved on we are talking about economic survival now not the issuance of dodgy loans to prop up the housing market.

The emphasis is on business lending in a clear attempt to to keep persons in employment......

Everything else is secondary now........

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Brown to reporter:

"I would be very cautious if I were you about making such allegations about this scheme"

Brown. Who the f*ck do you think you are?

Did he really say that or is this a piss-take?

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I don't think this is in the gist of the announcement....

The game has moved on we are talking about economic survival now not the issuance of dodgy loans to prop up the housing market.

The emphasis is on business lending in a clear attempt to to keep persons in employment......

Everything else is secondary now........

Agreed,

You cant pay down a loan without a job!

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