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Official: 2005 A Terrible Year

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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/25122005/325/quee...rible-year.html

LONDON (Reuters) - The Queen described 2005 as a "terrible year" for many in her Christmas message on Sunday, focussing on natural disasters and the London bomb attacks.

Perhaps a word about the devastating effects of house prices going up up and away would not have gone amiss. After all the government's policies have priced a generation out of owning a home and taken delight in doing so by reporting further increases as "good news." Now we have millions in debt, overseas markets ruined by British speculators, rising bankruptcy rates and the inevitable result of it all: the inevitable return to mass unemployment as liquidity moves out of the market into static assets.

As they say in the US: there ain't no free lunch.

Other than that, lets hope 2006 shapes up to be the year when the economy reacts to the greatest bubble market ever seen in the history of economics with a nice Pop!

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The trouble with Uncle Tony (Blair) is he doesn't give a Flying F*CK about his loyal tax paying citizens. He'd rather give 60million to Afganistan to sort out their problems than sort out simple problems out over here. He's more interested in securing a future role in something a bit bigger than running the uk. The bloke makes me sick!!! :angry:

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Hasn't Blair got a vested interest in the market after buying that white elephant in London? Hes hardly gonna condem property prices causing the young to become homeless.

This whole "look how rich I am as my house is worth ££££'s" makes me sick to be honest. These people know it causes many to be homeless or live in poverty.

This country is gonna return to a time like in Dickens novels if this continues

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this might be why he caved in on the euro deal.

hes grooming himself as a euro minister.

we are just an expendable assert. to make him look like some political guru that runs a superb economy to other euro nations. i beleive he has even suggested a uk economic model as a blueprint for other euro nations. i think hes looking for the top euro slot after he hands over the sham to crash gordon.

weve been sold out. we were told new labour. thats LABOUR to you and me, and what we got was another trojan horse conservative whos robbed a lot of people of 50% the value of a home by bigging up mew. or taken 50% of an FTBs wages to plunge into his new inflated economy.

what next ? ID cards ....

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what next ? ID cards ....

Shush Fred!

Let's not get that one started again!

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this might be why he caved in on the euro deal.

hes grooming himself as a euro minister.

we are just an expendable assert. to make him look like some political guru that runs a superb economy to other euro nations. i beleive he has even suggested a uk economic model as a blueprint for other euro nations. i think hes looking for the top euro slot after he hands over the sham to crash gordon.

I think that used to be Tony's ambition. But his hopes of ever being head of the Commission now lies dead in the smoking ruins of Fallujah. The number one foreign policy goal of the EC is to oppose US interests and a Blair appointment is incompatible with that.

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I think that used to be Tony's ambition. But his hopes of ever being head of the Commission now lies dead in the smoking ruins of Fallujah. The number one foreign policy goal of the EC is to oppose US interests and a Blair appointment is incompatible with that.

...but he's pretty accomplished at being duplicitous.

.the EU is trying to oppose US interests I'm sure,but if they can stitch up the US by provoking wars that have to be paid by US debt(an increasingly shaky commodity),then surely the result of this would be to discredit US asset holdings in general,and make the EU a more attractive...yet unproductive home for all that spare money sloshing around.

I would suggest it would be in EU interests for the US to rile up the islamic world and the likes of russia and china,without getting too involved itself.

he already has the cridentials for wanting to snoop on everybody....another neo-socialist/communist trait.

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hes a young man in political terms. in a den of bad choices i supposed he would be the best option.

i wonder if the first term was tonys and the second gordon got the strings, but not the public face.?

perhaps hes left it too late, or the cut is going to be too deep.

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