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Glad to see they are sorting out the deficit :lol::lol::lol::lol:

The longer they leave it the greater the pain.

The october spending review should be hilarious...if you're a tax paying private sector worker.

Funny thing is, I was at a party for one of my wife's relatives 80th a few weeks ago, out of perhaps 20 people there I was the only person who was a full time private sector worker.

Of course, I have to note that sucking all of that demand out of the economy will probably make it less hilarious for private sector workers, because you can also bet that taxes are not going down..

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