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Miracle Economy Wobbling With Record U K Debt

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UK debt at record £459bn as Brown misses his annual borrowing target

Apr 25 2006

Western Mail

CHANCELLOR Gordon Brown has missed his annual borrowing target despite revising his forecasts just a month ago.
Official figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed that the Government borrowed £37.8bn in the financial year which ended in March.

The imbalances start to cause the Miracle Economy to wobble.

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http://icwales.icnetwork.co.uk/0300busines...-name_page.html

UK debt at record £459bn as Brown misses his annual borrowing target

Apr 25 2006

Western Mail

CHANCELLOR Gordon Brown has missed his annual borrowing target despite revising his forecasts just a month ago.
Official figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed that the Government borrowed £37.8bn in the financial year which ended in March.

The imbalances start to cause the Miracle Economy to wobble.

And thats without the £23 Billion PFI liability he has hidden off record and £350 Billion Public sector pension liability which he refuses to talk about. Let alone the governments pension liability towards the workers of 20 or so companies such as BT which have been privatised in the last 25 years. They have also just anounced another £1Billion write off for overpayment of Family Tax Credit again this year and he will have to find £20 billion to dig out the NHS.

Looks like tax increases may be just around the corner, move over Tony before te sh!t hits the fan. Browns figures are a joke the fall in VAT receipts announced Today tells the real story, wake up people you have been living in a dream world.

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