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Gbs Spending.....

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Just been looking through some of GBs finances and details of the budget etc...

Some interesting things for discussion.

Look at the graphs below and say what you see!

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Looks like the number of people in work has been on the rise since 1993 - something Labour shouldn't be taking credit for as that trend started with Conservatives (who were also in power at that dip (recession)).

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Dig deeper....

Stats from:

Excel file of latest Public Finances Databank - HM Treasury

See page C2.... below for the 'too lazy too look'.

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Tax vs GDP..... like the way it is projected to level off despite growth figures having been recently revised downwards, and spending increasing over the next few years?? How will he fill the gap... he'll be MEWing the houses of parliament next :lol::lol:

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