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Cameron: Uk Must Hold Firm Among Global 'warning Signs'

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-30075810

Must hold firm....would that be....must keep gifting the rich money and trying to push up house prices ?

I'd like to apologise yet again for voting for these idiots.

It seems millipede has let the cat out of the bag though:

"But Labour's Ed Miliband said the PM was "getting his excuses in early""

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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Mr Cameron said "red warning lights are once again flashing on the dashboard of the global economy"

Truly UK technology advances at such a rapid rate.

If only the "red warning lights flashing on the dashboard" technology had been available to the UK in 2007.

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Truly UK technology advances at such a rapid rate.

If only the "red warning lights flashing on the dashboard" technology had been available to the UK in 2007.

In 2007 they had to rely on the brown pants indicator.

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What exactly is the value of this 'warning'? Are we supposed to relocate off world or something? A warning is about taking preventative action- but if the entire global economy is about to go down the pan then there is no where to go to avoid it.

Milliband is right (for once) this is no' warning' it's just Cameron saying ' I didn't do it- don't blame me- some bigger boys broke the world economy and ran away!'

Edited by wonderpup

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