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Inflation Shrinks Your Debt

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"Inflation shrinks your debt", said the BBC News financial noddy in an attempt to explain to the masses why deflation (or was it negative inflation) is bad.

Which one? Bound to have a Twitter account. "Only wage inflation, you numpty!" is well below the character limit, I believe.

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Feck the BBc.

Unfortunately the BBC feck the nation, and because most of them have cut glass accents they think they're above us.

I've never paid the licence tax and never will

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"Inflation shrinks your debt", said the BBC News financial noddy in an attempt to explain to the masses why deflation (or was it negative inflation) is bad.

That could be another BBC financial noddy showing the right sort of potential.....

The BBC’s economics correspondent, Stephanie Flanders, is leaving the broadcaster to gain a “deeper understanding of the markets” at investment bank JP Morgan.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/10337818/BBC-economics-correspondent-Stephanie-Flanders-to-join-JP-Morgan.html

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They really really don't want to le those prices drop.

Now, why would that be ?

These people are criminal if you ask me.

What can be done about it ? Who do you vote to stop the BoE running the country for the bankers benefit ?

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