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From the blog, possibly the most enjoyable article I've read this year.......


Shortly after the bad news hit my email box, it was followed up by two unsolicited 'clarifications' from the Council of Mortgage Lenders and, blimey, the Treasury.

What is it with press officers these days? They all seem to think they are Alastair Campbell. Although my dealings with him have been limited to a couple of convivial dinners, all I can say is that this sort of spinning has a contrary effect on me. I determined to take a closer look at the figures.

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