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Factory Output At Worst For A Decade

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Factory output at worst for a decade

By Edmund Conway, Economics Editor (Filed: 09/02/2006)

Britain's industrial sector has shrunk to its smallest size for over a decade after a miserable 2005, figures showed yesterday.
The manufacturing and mining sector's output was lower in the final quarter of last year than at any time
since early 1995
, figures from the Office for National Statistics showed.

Today's news is pretty bleak and its not noon yet!

Record Deficit

Sinking Pound

FTBs worst level in 25 years

New regulations hitting BTL market

Industry sinking

Halifax admitting a market fall

Add them all up and it suggests that Gordon's "miracle economy" looks less like a miracle and more like a **** up.

And just when we think things couldn't get worse:


Edited by Realistbear

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