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Recession Analysis With Jeff Randall 8.30pm Sat 29th Sky News

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will they look silly now that everything's comin' up roses (apparently, and remember it doesn't matter if we're in debt for decades, as long as property prices stabilise or go up and we can spend at the shops until we drop on worthless tat that we will load into the wheelie bin in 12 months time)

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Watching now....

Interesting: He seems to be saying how we're fecked for the next 20 years or so because of Gorgons feckups. a message that needs more airtime, lest people fail to connect the next 20+ years of pain with The Moron's spending and printy sprees.

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The only ones fecked are those that are in debt and have every intention of paying it off..... here are many more that will will request help and assistance...take the given money and run, never to learn, but ready to take even more. ;)

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well done nick who bumped it, i forgot to do so.

well, high production values, nice camerawork, tasteful funeral procession cars going past the closed down shops BUT...

at obvious odds with the tone set by the rest of the media and, reading between the lines, hinting at a long drawn out slump over 1-5 years with unemployment not coming down for maybe 20 (although the smart money know govts cook the books on real figures and unemployment has been high for years anyway)

the programme looked like a fantasy when comparing it to the spin currently put out, but jeff may yet be proven right when we look at the whole picture logically.

one thing's for sure, if any of the bulls watched that tonight they should be put on suicide watch, i'd even phone up dear subley to check on him if he wasn't ex-directory

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is there any way to watch it online?

Apart from the fact that it is a view that doesnt get much airtime on TV, not worth 30 minutes of your time. You'd learn more on here in 30 minutes.

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Apart from the fact that it is a view that doesnt get much airtime on TV, not worth 30 minutes of your time. You'd learn more on here in 30 minutes.

Cathartic though, especially as i'm now willing on total and complete socio-economic armageddon as soon as possible, being the only chance to prevent the idiots making it even worse

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Well guys: This is what you get if you try to get to that programme on Sky's website:

Screen/page 1: [ http://news.sky.com/skynews/Sky-Search ]

Search for:

' jeff randall recession '

Search Results:

1 - 10 of 2991

Jeff Randall Investigates How The Recession Is Hitting Essex In The Essex Factor

In a half-hour special to be aired over the Bank Holiday weekend, Sky Business presenter Jeff Randall investigates how the recession is hitting the people of his native county, Essex.

Relevance: 80 % Last modified: 28 Aug 2009:

Screen/page 2:

Server Error

ERROR

Sorry the page that you are looking for does not exist. Please use your browser back button to return to your previous page. Or alternatively visit one of our sky sites listed below.

Sky.com

Sky Sports

Sky News

Sky Showbiz

Sky Movies

Go figure.

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Anyone figure it out? :blink::unsure:

no i had a go altering the url but couldn't get it to work. Program too out of step with todays reality perhaps?

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is there any way to watch it online?

Yes but James Murdoch want £50 a viewing.

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