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and all without any disadvantages or losers, only pluses. It's been said before but it has to be said again that British governments have been etremely dilatory in not doing it before.

The printing could even be subcontracted to people using their Hewlett Packards. It wouldn't matter if they took a few for themselves - they could even exchange them for dollars and euros etc when going on holiday. A suitcase full might even buy an overseas villa.

It's an idea and maybe there's some merit in a limited acheme rather than funding bankers' bonuses and at least people get a chance to vote on it - but the party should supply all the disadvantages as well as the advantages (emphasis on the word all).

Edited by billybong

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I have come to the conclusion that almost everyone is an idiot, and by acting as if they know what they are talking about other idiots believe them. I don't know where I am going with this just felt like sharing my thoughts.

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