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A deafening silence from the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Is all well?

Methinks the UK economy is in bad shape and watch out for more stealth taxes just around the corner.

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A deafening silence from the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Is all well?

Methinks the UK economy is in bad shape and watch out for more stealth taxes just around the corner.

The annual autumn financial statement is due in November, so he's in pre-budget purdah and not able to comment publicly on the economy.

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He's in the garden rooting out tenacious weeds and picking the rotting apples up off the ground...

A couple of years back he would have been sunbathing in his undies...

How times have changed.

:o

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He's in the garden rooting out tenacious weeds and picking the rotting apples up off the ground...

A couple of years back he would have been sunbathing in his undies...

How times have changed.

:o

im so glad things have changed for the better, i better get my blinkers on like a good socialist economy demands

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He had Kaiser Chiefs and Lady Sovereign round to number 11 for lager and Turkey Twizzlers last week. Getting ready to move to No. 10 by trying to demonstrate that he is not disconnected to the point of autism.

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


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      • up 5%



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