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I can see that going down well with the opposition :rolleyes:

But then the NASTI pat do seem to have complete and fiull control over the media.

They certainly tell me what to say.....said Hamish.

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FLS/HtB sugar. Domestic QE sugar stopped in February 2013 which is largely why the FTSE hasn't gone anywhere since.

Abenomics is next. QE on steroids.. but only after the GE. Comrade Osborne will just have to borrow more in FY2014 than he forecast in the Spring Budget and bring forward the UK's debt interest death spiral by a few months.

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A QE restart now wouldn't sit very well with a so called recovery that's supposed to be the best in the world.

If they did QE it would be an excuse for lots of amusement in Parliament about

'Printing money is the last resort of desperate governments when all other policies have failed'

- as Osborne said in January 2009 as a general election approached.

Edited by billybong

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