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The Fed has this week indicated without a doubt that rates are going up in the US. Today on Bloomberg the ECB is making noises which the markets are reading as very possible rate rises.This follows a note last week from the ECB saying that they are more concerned with inflation than growth.

How long can the BOE swim against the tide? Browns pathetic attempt at bullying Blair this week has blown up in his face and Blair has him where he wants him. In office with an economy that's falling apart and taking Brown's reputation down. Will Brown continue to try to spin truth , can he continue or has time run out?

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Was interesting watching the whole political thing yesterday. Brown staking his claim on the leadership, IMO it was a dead cert that he was planning to take over. Especially when you think about the council tax being shelved and hints that interest rates were coming down again.

I wonder if Blair still in office will mean something different? Interest rates back up? I can't imagine that he's too keen to come to Browns rescue.

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I've never liked either of them, but then again I'm not a socialist. Brown's attempt at deflecting attention from his bungling of the economy hot on the heels of changing his golden rule into a golde ruse was very mis-guided.

Did he expect Blair to roll over and say nothing? I've always had Blairs down as a much more intelligent man than Brown and I believe Blair needs to do nothing now as he simply has to wait for the man to be decredited.

I strongly believe Brown's time is up. What I don't know is how he will react to being told that he will have to suffer the humilation of a falling economy for another 3 years (4 years front page FT this morning).

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I've never liked either of them, but then again I'm not a socialist. Brown's attempt at deflecting attention from his bungling of the economy hot on the heels of changing his golden rule into a golde ruse was very mis-guided.

Did he expect Blair to roll over and say nothing? I've always had Blairs down as a much more intelligent man than Brown and I believe Blair needs to do nothing now as he simply has to wait for the man to be decredited.

I strongly believe Brown's time is up. What I don't know is how he will react to being told that he will have to suffer the humilation of a falling economy for another 3 years (4 years front page FT this morning).

You think they are socialists?

You are talking about the same man that sunk all his cash into property during the biggest bubble in history or is there another more intelligent version of Mr Toney B.Liar that I am unaware of?

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There was a nice little part on business today last night at 10 o clock.

This small business, which was turning out plastic implements (beakers and basins) –was complaining that the cost of materials and power had gone up so much he could not compete in this country- but it showed that businesses have not put there price up for the extra costs but were going to – It just showed inflation waiting in the wings

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I hate both Blair & Bling. The main difference is Blair prefers to borrow money to fund the

PBSR however Bling will plug the gap in PSBR by increasing the higher rate of tax.

Bling is the enemy of the middle classes in this country. We are about to see a return

to super tax when Bling is in no 10.

Good help us - only the folks that earn real money I mean.

Edited by E Powell

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