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£43 Billion To Be Wiped Off Savings By Nov 2012

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Bricks and mortar, my boy, bricks and mortar...

Pr*cks and Robbers, more like. The whole lot of them.

43 Billion hasn't been wipes off savings, it's been systematically stolen and used to bail out the people who gambled on the housing market and lost.

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Pr*cks and Robbers, more like. The whole lot of them.

43 Billion hasn't been wipes off savings, it's been systematically stolen and used to bail out the people who gambled on the housing market and lost.

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Pr*cks and Robbers, more like. The whole lot of them.

43 Billion hasn't been wipes off savings, it's been systematically stolen and used to bail out the people who gambled on the housing market and lost.

Well they haven't lost though have they, they've been bailed out which anyone could see would be the case after NR

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no keep it low we're making up the difference on low mortgage payments. paying 3 times the monthly payments and its finished in a year.........Yipeee.....home and dry.

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Pr*cks and Robbers, more like. The whole lot of them.

43 Billion hasn't been wipes off savings, it's been systematically stolen and used to bail out the people who gambled on the housing market and lost.

It's being handed to the banks in the highest margins in history. It is sheer theft from savers. The low interest rate policy will come back to haunt the B of E. It is entirely misguided and will cause more harm than any good it does. It is holding up ballooned asset prices and stopping us reaching a true bottom and thus increasing borrowing in the longer term and preventing true growth and recovery to begin. Pathetic and from a part Cons govt.

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