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Jeremy Vine - The London Debate 9/09 - 10.30Pm

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Schools, hospitals and council services in the capital face the most severe public spending cuts in 80 years. Jeremy Vine brings politicians face to face with the families who will be hit by the savings - and those who are vowing to fight back.

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Had to endure the Yorkshire version of the spending review specials. The delusion is frightening. Its not an option really, there is no money left! Also parts of the area compared. Harrogate = High House Prices - Yah! Bolsover, North Derbyshire (former mining area) = Low House Prices. Boo! Area's of high prices will be able to "weather the storm" better for some reason.Some remarkable sense spoken by a local Limp/Dem. I had to lie down to recover.

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On BBC1 now

Schools, hospitals and council services in the capital face the most severe public spending cuts in 80 years. Jeremy Vine brings politicians face to face with the families who will be hit by the savings - and those who are vowing to fight back.

London is so overpriced they should shut out all the poor people and let the rich live in their own stink. Charge a toll to get in...

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As "Ozzy" has said:-

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-11250639

The debate is over, there is NO more MONEY!

I Love OZZY today, looks like all those de-fact-o BTL council houses are for the chop!

:)

Mike

Didn't give too many hints though did he?

Stick for not working must be cuts?

Carrot for working...are there any?

And what about Univeral Benefit? When's that coming?

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