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We Don't Yet Have A Recovery.

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Well, well, well!

After months of recovery and green shoots nonsense from all and sundry, GB has now announced "we don't yet have a recovery".

So much for an early election then, it looks like he'll hang on to the bitter end in the hope of some tangible improvement before the event.

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Well, well, well!

After months of recovery and green shoots nonsense from all and sundry, GB has now announced "[b]we don't yet have a recovery".[/b]So much for an early election then, it looks like he'll hang on to the bitter end in the hope of some tangible improvement before the event.

But we DO have rising house prices so that's OK then! ;)

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I'm stimulating myself right now. It's the right thing to do.

Actually I am going to go down the market and get a big polish sausage in a roll. With onions.

Quantitatively easing yourself has its own upside

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100% correct, guaranteed.

they will blame it on the 'double dip'. ;)

how is that possible with all the extra government spending, including the scrappage scheme. real world investment must have taken a big plunge..

or maybe he cant read Mandy's press releases.

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Unbelievable, our own PM talking down a recovery - hes truly lost it LOL

in that case it further justifies labour NOT ousting him yet, he just wants to justify clinging on to power any way he can

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"The right thing to do is to maintain the situation where the world is together, stimulating each of our economies so that we return to growth.

"It has got to be done, otherwise you cannot be certain we will return to growth."

Meaningless, pointless, waffle. Gobbledygook. He has nothing to offer and is irrelevant and is bluffing his way, hanging on to power any way he can.

Did you see the silly little plastic trophy they gave him to celebrate him being World Statesman of the Year or something. Hilarious. It occurred to me that they are taking the p1ss out of our Gordon.

Sorry to go off topic but it seemed the right thing to do.

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What the feck does he expect. Does he honestly think we all look into his 'eye' and do everything he tells us? We get a recovery when the rich in this country feel some pain and help to bail out the country that made them wealthy, when bankers get punished and we seperate casino banks from deposit banks, when the floodgates are closed on the endless flow of immigrants, when we stop renting our hospitals and paying for shite computer systems, when we get over our egos and realise we are crap at the olympics, when we stop hurting the low paid, when a house gets back to being a home, when the levy on petrol is reduced, when public transport improves and is affordable, when public sector stops acting like private sector cuts out consultants and expensive managers and rebranding, when the energy companies are made to stop taking the p**s, when we start to see investment in British skills including I.T and Engineering instead of treating them like cattle and outsourcing, when we start to punish large companies with an antisocial tax if they decide to lay off a large amount of staff in one hit, when some effort is made to introduce a cheap electric car, when we get rid of green taxes, when rent is reduced for shopowners, when we get a Gov't we can trust.......until then, no recovery Gordo.

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