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AKA Our Creed; It was The House Prices Wot Done It

In discussing yesterday's Euro GDP results he repeatedly pointed out Germany and France had no bubbles and even mentioned one comparable London home bought 5 in Berlin.

He really made the case well that the UK is in major trouble due to it's reliance on HPI, lest we forget.

A good day for Vince and the Truth.

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The Truth

AKA Our Creed; It was The House Prices Wot Done It

In discussing yesterday's Euro GDP results he repeatedly pointed out Germany and France had no bubbles and even mentioned one comparable London home bought 5 in Berlin.

He really made the case well that the UK is in major trouble due to it's reliance on HPI, lest we forget.

A good day for Vince and the Truth.

In my opinion Vince's analysis has never been in doubt, only his proposed solutions.

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The Truth

AKA Our Creed; It was The House Prices Wot Done It

In discussing yesterday's Euro GDP results he repeatedly pointed out Germany and France had no bubbles and even mentioned one comparable London home bought 5 in Berlin.

He really made the case well that the UK is in major trouble due to it's reliance on HPI, lest we forget.

A good day for Vince and the Truth.

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In my opinion Vince's analysis has never been in doubt, only his proposed solutions.

That's how I feel about Karl Marx. He is brilliant at analysing capitalism, but his solutions create hell on earth.

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Vince is the man, and after next year's election will be chancellor in the new deal Lib/Lab pact

Half of the Lib Dem membership will of course will be elated at that prospect. The other half will quit.

It will decimate the Lib Dem vote in the long term.

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Half of the Lib Dem membership will of course will be elated at that prospect. The other half will quit. It will decimate the Lib Dem vote in the long term.

Perhaps it is time for a Liberal Party again?

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Shame, I was thinking I'd probably vote lib next election if they stood alone. if they merge with lab I'll probably vote for someone else.

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The Truth

AKA Our Creed; It was The House Prices Wot Done It

In discussing yesterday's Euro GDP results he repeatedly pointed out Germany and France had no bubbles and even mentioned one comparable London home bought 5 in Berlin.

He really made the case well that the UK is in major trouble due to it's reliance on HPI, lest we forget.

A good day for Vince and the Truth.

He was being totally ridiculous. The UK economy is best-placed to weather the global economic storm. :lol:

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Vince is the man, and after next year's election will be chancellor in the new deal Lib/Lab pact

Aren''t you supposed to be at the Edinburgh festival doing stand-up? :P

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