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John The Pessimist

Boe Deputy Governor Says Ir Rise May Be Needed.

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More noise coming from the london elite.

Something is going on.

Are they trying to win votes from savers for the euro elections....sorry, no one believes what they say any more.

Judge them on what they do not what they say.

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Politicians seem to know what to do when they are out of office but are clueless when it comes to being in office.

Thats the nature of Politics..It IS 1,000,000 miles from running the Country, Its about Power, securing your position and knocking people down. They only care about the electorate when its voting time.

Of course, your day to day working MP with no power is the one to complain to. He/she can argue from the constituents point of view, but they have to try and gain influence from the power brokers in the party, and that is where it all goes wrong..

Power Corrupts...not because they are necessarily corrupt, but the system needs playing, and that is what they do.

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Nothing will happen. It's all about trying to make minor adjustments in sentiment without actually doing anything.

Yes. If anything it might be just long jaw-boning 'forward guidance' in the hope of making people think about what could happen in the future.

The buyers/debt-lovers who areoffering many thousands of pounds more on houses without even having taken a viewing, as they continue to push and fall over one another to pay high prices. The ones many hpcers have always cared about most (handily protecting high prices/values for older-owners/BTLers).

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