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Gordon To Break Another Fiscal Rule -- P F I Altered

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtm...5/cnbrown25.xml

Brown poised to break key fiscal rule

By Robert Watts (Filed: 25/06/2006)

Gordon Brown is poised to smash one of his highly prized fiscal rules because of new plans to bring billions of pounds of debts from the Private Finance Initiative onto the Government's books.
The timing of the accountancy change, expected later this summer, will be deeply embarrassing for the chancellor.
It will come shortly before the Labour Party's September annual conference in Manchester, where Brown is expected to be all but crowned as the party's new leader.

What is the Miracle Man up to now? :ph34r:

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Gordon Brown is poised to smash one of his highly prized fiscal rules because of new plans to bring billions of pounds of debts from the Private Finance Initiative onto the Government's books.

The reasoning for introduction of more relaxed bankruptcy rulings become more apparent daily.

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The reasoning for introduction of more relaxed bankruptcy rulings become more apparent daily.

Smoke and Mirrors play to cover up the flaws in his Miracle Economy?

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i like the coronation atmostphere. somethings bound to go wrong. its too set up.

someone, somewhere does not like gordon brown.

Perhaps Tony is planning to call a snap election on a confidence vote and knowing NuLabour will lose he will have the satisfaction of seeing Gordo not make it to No. 10. Sick, but who knows what goes on in politicians' minds after almost 10 years in power. At least Maggie didn't let power go to her head after that long in office. <_<

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