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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8685125.stm

David Cameron has announced an audit of the government's books after finding examples of "crazy" spending decisions in Labour's last year in power.

The prime minister said: "What we have seen so far are just individual examples of very bad procedures and bad behaviour, spending decisions taken in the last year or so of the Labour government that no rational government would have done - giving something like 75% of senior civil servants bonuses after everything that's happened in the current year.

"That's not a fiscal stimulus. It is a crazy thing to do. We are beginning to find individual decisions like that."

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8685125.stm

David Cameron has announced an audit of the government's books after finding examples of "crazy" spending decisions in Labour's last year in power.

The prime minister said: "What we have seen so far are just individual examples of very bad procedures and bad behaviour, spending decisions taken in the last year or so of the Labour government that no rational government would have done - giving something like 75% of senior civil servants bonuses after everything that's happened in the current year.

"That's not a fiscal stimulus. It is a crazy thing to do. We are beginning to find individual decisions like that."

Well at least bonuses don't get added to pensions.

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When will the warrants be issued for Blair and Brown?

'They' passed a new law for themselves to cover their arses in that they cannot be held accountable for what they do whilst in public office.

The ONLY way ordinary public (remember, those they promised to SERVE!) get their voice heard and let them know the true electorate feelings of disgust in their continued troughing, fraudulance and deceit is . . . . . . :ph34r:

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'They' passed a new law for themselves to cover their arses in that they cannot be held accountable for what they do whilst in public office.

The ONLY way ordinary public (remember, those they promised to SERVE!) get their voice heard and let them know the true electorate feelings of disgust in their continued troughing, fraudulance and deceit is . . . . . . :ph34r:

to stab them twice in the stomach?

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It looks like ConLibs are going to dismantle Labour, I hope that they arrest the fraudsters and confiscate everything they own.

NuLabour tried to wrong foot the Tories by moving from the left to the centre ground. They were then on the "Tories patch". Difficult to mount a defeat against.

Looks like Cameron has pulled the same stunt. He's now got Liberals on board who will temper any right wing bits of the Tories thinking. Financial discipline + 'social' policies. How are Labour going to defeat that?

Hopefully they won't. They'll just wither and die.

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NuLabour tried to wrong foot the Tories by moving from the left to the centre ground. They were then on the "Tories patch". Difficult to mount a defeat against.

Looks like Cameron has pulled the same stunt. He's now got Liberals on board who will temper any right wing bits of the Tories thinking. Financial discipline + 'social' policies. How are Labour going to defeat that?

Hopefully they won't. They'll just wither and die.

Cameregg has already coopted the best of the Labour party - Frank Field. Maybe they'll identify anything else worth salvaging from that steaming pile.

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Cameregg has already coopted the best of the Labour party - Frank Field. Maybe they'll identify anything else worth salvaging from that steaming pile.

Ed Balls? :ph34r::lol::lol:

He'd be useful as the office punch bag.

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