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Question About Gordons No More Boom And Bust

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Gordon Browns now famous statement of no more Boom and Bust, did he say that this would not happen under his watch at No 11, or did he mean that it would never happen under Nu labor, or did he mean that there would be no more Boom and Bust, period.

We all know that he is of very soon, will that be the excuse that makes that old prediction Null and void.

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I think he meant under NuLabour

He's kept the cycle under wraps through hiding massive inflation rises, stealth taxes and cheap credit/MEW (to bridge the gap between wages and prices/taxes)

He's completely avoided increasing the two, headline grabbing, figures - income tax and interest rates - very clever

NuLabour is simply a huge PR exersize to stay in power to shove their legislation through parliment

The next Tory govenement will have to pick up the financial pieces...

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I think he meant under NuLabour

He's kept the cycle under wraps through hiding massive inflation rises, stealth taxes and cheap credit/MEW (to bridge the gap between wages and prices/taxes)

He's completely avoided increasing the two, headline grabbing, figures - income tax and interest rates - very clever

NuLabour is simply a huge PR exersize to stay in power to shove their legislation through parliment

The next Tory govenement will have to pick up the financial pieces...

As they did after the last labour shambles in the late 70s.

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