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Cheeky b@stard:

He repeated his "no more boom and bust" line!!! He has tackled the spectre of house price inflation as well...

Yup, more on how he tackled the house price inflation beast - "a recession was needed" apparently. gosh.

more comparison with europe. yeah, but they're duds mate.

a surplus of "sixteen billions" is predicted. i hate the way he says that...

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Cheeky b@stard:

He repeated his "no more boom and bust" line!!! He has tackled the spectre of house price inflation as well...

Yup, more on how he tackled the house price inflation beast - "a recession was needed" apparently. gosh.

more comparison with europe. yeah, but they're duds mate.

A recession WAS needed? :blink: It's just getting started matey.

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BORROWING

Brown decides to borrow 2/3rds of debt on long dated gilts ...

So the consumer continues to borrow short to invest long, whilst Gordy begins to borrow long to pay for outgoings ....

This could be welcomed by pensions firms and pensioners alike (increasing the supply of long debt might ease long dated prices and raise annuity rates).

he also reckons he's meeting the fiscal rules (despite the fact that he had to adjust when he thought the economic cycle began!)

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i hate the way he says that...

Yes. His habit of inhaling at entirely the wrong moment is really irritating. Reminds me of the black kid in the wheelchair in 'Malcolm in the middle'.

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So much "investment", so little improvement. our schools are still tat gordon. muppet.

isn't private investment in the uk at a historically low level?

science investment, hmm... how comes our manufacturing is tanking gord?

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"No more boom and bust"

I only have a limited understanding of economics, but are'nt recessions are a natural consequence of a boom? How can one man claim to have prevented an economic certainty?

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"No more boom and bust"

I only have a limited understanding of economics, but are'nt recessions are a natural consequence of a boom? How can one man claim to have prevented an economic certainty?

Can someone argue for Mr Clown? Perhaps he is right? Has the recession ended? Can anyone explain in retard words why what he says is wrong?

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Banging on about sef employment and entrepreneurial Britain. Reminds me of the whistleblower BMV developer: "I'm a businessman." Er no, you are a crook.

As for inward investment, presumably much of that will be takeover of UK companies, as seen in the ftse.

What brilliant developments in our economy.

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Bless him...

Well he is a moron..

If you expect economic prosperity from someone who promissed no house price inflation ust before this happened.. then ... well good luck to you

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£970m for shared equity: more demand, but what about supply?

REITS may help, IF investors accept share certificates in place of bricks and mortar. Not holding my breath there.

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Solution to housing problems:

Allow 25% shared equity!

That's it - problem solved - its so easy!

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As I feared, more house price bosting shared ownership, piloting shares of as little as 25%. This is bad news for more affordable housing.

How to tackle a problem? Make it even worse. Bonkers.

Edited by simon99

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25% home ownership for FTB's.......

does that mean you get to live in the garage :blink:

Garages are not allowed, maybe under a carport :huh:

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So there you go, if you've been saving they've just screwed you over cos you probably won't be eligible. Very prudent.

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25% home ownership for FTB's.......

does that mean you get to live in the garage :blink:

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25% ownership ? That's not a "home owner"!

Even with a mortgage you're not a "home owner" but with 25% you're nothing.

ladder/schmadder

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pioneering shared ownership....

nice one gordon! prat

Supporting inflated house prices with tax reciepts...... come on you have got to admit that enhancing estate agent commisions and banking industry bottome lines is what we pay our taxes for.

What a first class Tosser he even makes the Tories look like a socially responsible government in waiting :rolleyes:

Edited by Catch22

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"Work available for working mothers and hard fathers." :o : first we want nevada's roulette wheels, now we're after their porn industry....

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Solution to housing problems:

Allow 25% shared equity!

That's it - problem solved - its so easy!

After that little gem it's time for all the skilled young tax paying savers to leave the country. Would the last person to leave please extinguish the high street.

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