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Cut and cut again and no strategy for growth.

Tory stalwart David Davis was similarly critical of Camoron in today's Mail.

Taking the Republic as a model for economic management is wrong in itself and completely inappropriate for the UK .

A cement mixer is novel, though. More fun than a few placards.

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Cut and cut again and no strategy for growth.

Tory stalwart David Davis was similarly critical of Camoron in today's Mail.

Taking the Republic as a model for economic management is wrong in itself and completely inappropriate for the UK .

A cement mixer is novel, though. More fun than a few placards.

The IMF likes it. The OECD likes it. The City likes it. That's all matters - the peasants can rot for all they care.

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Cut and cut again and no strategy for growth.

Tory stalwart David Davis was similarly critical of Camoron in today's Mail.

Taking the Republic as a model for economic management is wrong in itself and completely inappropriate for the UK .

A cement mixer is novel, though. More fun than a few placards.

"Camoron"

Can you stop this playground thing of miss-spelling people's names in an attempt to be funny or satyrical? Please, it's never in the slightest bit amusing. Like Gordon Clown or Mandleslime or Hilarity Clit-on or Ed Balls, it's just pathetic. And not at all amusing. It's the sort of thing you do at primary school.

Please stop it, hilltwat, this site should be better than that.

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"Camoron"

Can you stop this playground thing of miss-spelling people's names in an attempt to be funny or satyrical? Please, it's never in the slightest bit amusing. Like Gordon Clown or Mandleslime or Hilarity Clit-on or Ed Balls, it's just pathetic. And not at all amusing. It's the sort of thing you do at primary school.

Please stop it, hilltwat, this site should be better than that.

...Ed Balls....is no misspell...correct me if I'm wrong hyphenod....?..... :rolleyes:

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Please, it's never in the slightest bit amusing. Like Gordon Clown or Mandleslime or Hilarity Clit-on or Ed Balls, it's just pathetic. And not at all amusing. It's the sort of thing you do at primary school.

LOL, I don't know if you meant to be funny or not, but your post is seriously funny!

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Cut and cut again and no strategy for growth.

Tory stalwart David Davis was similarly critical of Camoron in today's Mail.

Taking the Republic as a model for economic management is wrong in itself and completely inappropriate for the UK .

A cement mixer is novel, though. More fun than a few placards.

+1 There's none so blind as them that won't see.

Kill the Anglo-Irish Bank! Kill! Kill! Kill!

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"Camoron"

Can you stop this playground thing of miss-spelling people's names in an attempt to be funny or satyrical? Please, it's never in the slightest bit amusing. Like Gordon Clown or Mandleslime or Hilarity Clit-on or Ed Balls, it's just pathetic. And not at all amusing. It's the sort of thing you do at primary school.

Please stop it, hilltwat, this site should be better than that.

The really scary thing about this site is the number of people who didn't realise you were joking...

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I was going to ask why isn't this being reported on ore over here? It seems the desperation of the situation is being totally masked. This actually scares me a bit for what will happen here in a few weeks when the spending review thing is announced.

I assume everyone's just heard about the Irish bank bailout?

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSDUL00005720100930

(Reuters) - Ireland's central bank has put a 34 billion euros ($46.31 billion) price on bailing out Anglo Irish Bank [ANGIB.UL] under a worst case scenario and said Allied Irish Banks (ALBK.I) needs to raise an additional 3 billion euros by the end of the year.

The government will announce later on Thursday plans to recapitalise Allied Irish Banks, the central bank said. Dublin already has a near 19 percent stake in the lender.

"Today's announcements take the Irish banking system closer to a final resolution of its restructuring, which is a prerequisite for sustained economic recovery" Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan said in statement.

The central bank said the additional cost of recapitalising Anglo Irish Bank and Allied Irish Banks confirmed the need for a reprogramming of the government's budget plans.

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"Camoron"

Can you stop this playground thing of miss-spelling people's names in an attempt to be funny or satyrical? Please, it's never in the slightest bit amusing. Like Gordon Clown or Mandleslime or Hilarity Clit-on or Ed Balls, it's just pathetic. And not at all amusing. It's the sort of thing you do at primary school.

Please stop it, hilltwat, this site should be better than that.

i dunno i thought Bliar was pretty good

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I was going to ask why isn't this being reported on ore over here? It seems the desperation of the situation is being totally masked. This actually scares me a bit for what will happen here in a few weeks when the spending review thing is announced.

I assume everyone's just heard about the Irish bank bailout?

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSDUL00005720100930

Irish deficit just gone to 32% of GDP for this year alone.............and those figures come with a massive health warning!

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2010/0930/breaking4.html

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"Camoron"

Can you stop this playground thing of miss-spelling people's names in an attempt to be funny or satyrical? Please, it's never in the slightest bit amusing. Like Gordon Clown or Mandleslime or Hilarity Clit-on or Ed Balls, it's just pathetic. And not at all amusing. It's the sort of thing you do at primary school.

Please stop it, hilltwat, this site should be better than that.

Better tell Private Eye. They've been using the same joke since 1960. I actually do think it's funny. But clearly I'm a 43 year old kid.

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Irish deficit just gone to 32% of GDP for this year alone.............and those figures come with a massive health warning!

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2010/0930/breaking4.html

My worry is that the 34 bn euro is the worst case scenario. Past experience says that something will still be hidden and that figure is really the best case scenario.

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Cut and cut again and no strategy for growth.

Tory stalwart David Davis was similarly critical of Camoron in today's Mail.

Taking the Republic as a model for economic management is wrong in itself and completely inappropriate for the UK .

A cement mixer is novel, though. More fun than a few placards.

So what exactly is your counter proposal then ?. Sometimes you need to restructure before growth is possible. That restructuring can be very painful.

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So what exactly is your counter proposal then ?. Sometimes you need to restructure before growth is possible. That restructuring can be very painful.

Require the Banks to fund a major programme of Council Housing, they have the money now.

Take the land required from the land banks the building industry is sitting on, at the price they paid.

Building is a direct and full benefit to the economy.

Council Housing is more revenue efficient than housing benefit.

Repeal right to buy.

Who will the pain fall on? No-one who doesn't deserve some!

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