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So here we are it's nearly Christmas.

In a month we will know how the retaillers did over December...

Anyone care to hazard a guess? Anybody spend more than last year?

In April GB gets to tell us what he is going to do about missing half his predicted growth,

and how is going to takle his defeicit.

That's right I am going to refer to lost growth and the defeicit as the property of Gordon Brown,

(if only the courts saw it that way) because after all they are his legacy, stemming from his decisions.

Anyone care to speculate as to where he will pluck £11Billion? He will have to tax fresh air & foot steps to sort this out.

Times are about to get tough from here on in, the country is broke and the economy is under performing.

Alot of people are in alot of debt and they are about to get a big squeeze in four months.


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Anyone care to speculate as to where he will pluck £11Billion?

They are certainly very imaginative. I get the feeling that the treasury have endless debates about new ways of grabbing money. Higher stamp duty for multiple properties is just the latest in a long line of tax rip offs.

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