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Gordon Brown's "budget" Due On 22nd March

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http://freeserve.advfn.com/news_UK-budget-...E_14222058.html

(updating to add further details)
LONDON (AFX) - Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown will deliver his
tenth, and possibly last, budget to the House of Commons on Wednesday, March 22,
the Treasury said in a written statement.
Brown, who is widely anticipated to become Prime Minister, when Tony Blair
quits some time during the current Parliament, will be hoping to avoid any
further downgrades to his economic growth projections, which would necessitate
another problematic increase in borrowing
"It appears that the Chancellor, having already had to indulge in esoteric
adjustments like changing the definition of the cycle to avoid breaking his
golden rule, is also now running close to breaking his sustainable investment
rule of keeping net debt as a share of GDP below 40 pct,"
said Douglas
McWilliams, chief executive of the Centre for Economic and Business Research

The spinmeisters will be very busy over the course of the next few weeks! :lol::lol::lol:

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The spinmeisters will be very busy over the course of the next few weeks! :lol::lol::lol:

Hasn't GB got a certain Mr Campbell on his team now? <_<

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