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Record Gas Prices Threaten More Pain

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We haven't had our gas bill yet but it seems we are all in for a nasty surprise this winter. With North Sea oil and gas about gone it may be that Gordon Brown's economic miracle will prove to be short lived. Perhaps the record run-up in house prices and false wealth based on MEW while making the poor even poorer will be Labour's only legacy when all of this comes home to roost?

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/23112005/325/reco...eaten-pain.html

British gas has become the world's most expensive fuel as the country fast runs out of North Sea supplies, forcing industry to cut output and leaving homeowners facing much higher bills.

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We haven't had our gas bill yet but it seems we are all in for a nasty surprise this winter. With North Sea oil and gas about gone it may be that Gordon Brown's economic miracle will prove to be short lived. Perhaps the record run-up in house prices and false wealth based on MEW while making the poor even poorer will be Labour's only legacy when all of this comes home to roost?

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/23112005/325/reco...eaten-pain.html

British gas has become the world's most expensive fuel as the country fast runs out of North Sea supplies, forcing industry to cut output and leaving homeowners facing much higher bills.

dont worry we will take it off those nasty bearded women-beaters and all the Metro readers will whoop for delight on the tube in the morning and they will thank the Lord almighty that they are British and not a nasty bearded women-beater.

Edited by kenclarkesshoes

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This could have huge implications with regard to energy suppliers and manufacturing industries passing on the cost to the domestic consumer.

THE UPWARD PRESSURE ON INFLATION WOULD BE MASSIVE

interest rates would have to rise to head it off.

OH DEAR COULD THIS BE THE TRIGGER......

ENERGY COSTS AND SUPPLIES.

Edited by crash 2005

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