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June 2013 - Borrowing Up

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-22999023

"Government borrowing rose in 2012-13, ONS figures show

"Chancellor George Osborne is hoping a reviving UK economy will reduce the budget deficit faster

Government borrowing rose slightly in 2012-13 compared with the previous year, revised figures from the Office for National Statistics have shown.""

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Real cuts to start soon.....ish..... :lol:

George, or is it Jeffrey, no wait it's Bungle, is not doing what he promised.

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If you can't beat them join them.

Just applied for a 0% tesco credit card I have got 16 months in which to spend £5,000 :)

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If you can't beat them join them.

Just applied for a 0% tesco credit card I have got 16 months in which to spend £5,000 :)

Don't forget the club card points, you effectively have a negative interest rate for 16 months.

Well done.

Please, spend my savings wisely.

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Don't forget the club card points, you effectively have a negative interest rate for 16 months.

Well done.

Please, spend my savings wisely.

Do you think I should repost this in the nirp warning thread?

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Do you think I should repost this in the nirp warning thread?

You could do. It seems like a good deal.

Spend your 5K over 16 months, pay it off...get interest on your 5K....get club card points on your 5K.

£4750 is now worth £5000.....deflation !!!

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If you can't beat them join them.

Just applied for a 0% tesco credit card I have got 16 months in which to spend £5,000 :)

You do know you have to pay it back?

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You do know you have to pay it back?

Perhaps you could explain this in more detail I don't really understand Hi finance. :D

Actually It will be quite useful. I've got over £1000 a month going into different saving schemes. one is regular saver getting 8% another will be worth about £40,000 when it matures in less than 16 months time.

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Forex Factory reporting the PSNB as £10.5BN with expectations being £12.7BN. Last months was 6.6BN

Keep calm and carry on!:blink:

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