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Just after 8am this morning. Apparently public spending alone cannot sustain an economic recovery and an increase in exports is absolutely necessary!

No shit! Where do they get these muppets? They should have been banging on about this yars ago!

Nothing about the high cost of living and running a company in this country as being major obsticles though, or solutions to rectify this.

Also, is it just me, or do these 'experts' always sound like they are reading off autocue or something, rather than saying what they actually think?!

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Just after 8am this morning. Apparently public spending alone cannot sustain an economic recovery and an increase in exports is absolutely necessary!

No shit! Where do they get these muppets? They should have been banging on about this yars ago!

Nothing about the high cost of living and running a company in this country as being major obsticles though, or solutions to rectify this.

Also, is it just me, or do these 'experts' always sound like they are reading off autocue or something, rather than saying what they actually think?!

actually, we dont even need exports to increase, although that would be nice.

We just need the productive to out produce the consumption of the nonproductive...thats a surplus and leads to true wealth.

Means of exchange doesnt really come into it...although that is precisely what they measure for growth....GDP...money, not wealth.

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The moment the pound enters the public sector it becomes 5p of value to the tax payer, the rest goes on intangible crap like quangos, executives, managers, pensions, studies, reports, overpaying private sector stuff, bankers etc. The PS can't sustain anything because it could never exist in the private sector.

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Just after 8am this morning. Apparently public spending alone cannot sustain an economic recovery and an increase in exports is absolutely necessary!

No shit! Where do they get these muppets? They should have been banging on about this yars ago!

Nothing about the high cost of living and running a company in this country as being major obsticles though, or solutions to rectify this.

Also, is it just me, or do these 'experts' always sound like they are reading off autocue or something, rather than saying what they actually think?!

The BBC are right on-message.

Need to increase export = need to weaken pound = inflation is ok.

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  • 285 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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